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The exhibition, whose focus is the painter, graphic designer, stage designer and promoter of art Jan Hrynkowski (1891–1971) is not only this great artist’s monograph, but also an attempt of looking at chosen aspects of Polish artistic life of the first half of the twentieth century through his eyes.
The Boris Voznitsky Lviv National Art Gallery in Lviv holds an extraordinary collection of works by Stanisław Wyspiański, including four pastel portraits from the years 1893–1894 as well as sixty four loose sketches and drawing studies.
Exhibition of Stanisław Wyspiański’s works from the collection of the National Museum in Krakow.
The exhibition tells the story of a short, yet vivid existence of the first Krakow Group, of the life and works of colorful and outstanding youths, whose intertwined fates were part of the history of Polish avant-garde. Aleksander (Sasza) Blonder (pseudonym André Blondel), Blima (Berta) Grünberg, Maria Jarema, Franciszek Jaźwiecki, Leopold Lewicki, Adam Marczyński, Stanisław Osostowicz, Szymon Piasecki, Mojżesz Schwanenfeld, Bolesław Stawiński, Jonasz Stern, Eugeniusz Waniek, Henryk Wiciński, Aleksander Winnicki – these are the members of the first pre-war Krakow Group.
Counterfeiting coins is as old as the coins themselves. Since the beginning, people tried to improve their economic existence by making their own money, infringing the rights of their official issuers.
Józef Czapski: painting, drawing, diaries from the collection of the National Museum in Krakow, as well as the collections of Krystyna Zachwatowicz-Wajda and Andrzej Wajda, is the most complete presentation of Józef Czapski’s paintings at the Józef Czapski’s Pavilion.
The works of Jacek Malczewski, Zbigniew Pronaszko, Leon Wyczółkowski, but also of modern painters: Wiesław Szamborski or Romuald Oramus will form the exhibition “Faces of Poland – faces of Poles”. It is another part of the presentation of Polish art at the Presidential Palace in Warsaw, prepared by the National Museum in Krakow.
On 1 February 2013, the first anniversary of the death of Wisława Szymborska, the exhibition
Szymborska’s Drawer opened at Szołayski House, a Department of the National Museum in Krakow (pl. Szczepanski 9).