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The Tatra mountains seen through the eyes of Young Poland artists

  • The exhibition titled 'In the Rocky Podhale', presented since November in the Karol Szymanowski Museum in Zakopane, is a small presentation of several major works depicting the Tatras, preserved in the collection of the National Museum in Krakow. The paintings were created by the Young Poland landscape artists: Leon Wyczółkowski – author of the most beautiful and most authentic paintings and prints depicting the Tatra Mountains; Jan Stanisławski, who – fascinated by these mountains – repeatedly returned to the Tatras and organized open air painting sessions for the students of his 'landscape master class', and Stanisław Gałek – Stanisławski's student and an artist praising the beauty of the Tatra Mountains, who belonged to the younger generation.

    Each painting is accompanied by Kazimierz Przerwa-Tetmajer's verses – a poetic equivalent of the depicted landscape and its atmosphere.

    More about the exhibition 'In the Rocky Podhale'

  • Jan Stanisławski, Clouds – Zakopane

    Jan Stanisławski, Clouds – Zakopane oil, cardboard, 16 x 22,5 cm, property of the NMK

  • Jan Stanisławski, Evening under Koziniec

    Jan Stanisławski, Evening under Koziniec 1906, oil, cardboard, 16 x 23 cm

  • Jan Stanisławski, Tatra Landscape

    Jan Stanisławski, Tatra Landscape c. 1903, oil, cardboard, 24 x 32,2 cm

  • Jan Stanisławski, Zakopane in Winter

    Jan Stanisławski, Zakopane in Winter 1906, oil, panel, 16 x 21,7

  • Jan Stanisławski, The Tatras in Winter

    Jan Stanisławski, The Tatras in Winter 1891, oil, cardboard, 15 x 19 cm

  • Leon Wyczółkowski, Black Lake

    Leon Wyczółkowski, Black Lake 1906, oil, płótno, 80 x 100 cm

  • Jan Stanisławski, View of Osobita

    Jan Stanisławski, View of Osobita 1901, oil, cardboard, 16,5 x 22,5 cm

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