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“Wyspiański. Unknown” consists primarily of works of art and objects associated with Stanisław Wyspiański which the public will have the opportunity to see for the very first time.
The National Museum in Krakow in conjunction with the Polish Sculpture Centre in Orońsk, the National Museum in Wrocław, and the Henry Moore Foundation is organising an exhibition entitled “The Power of Nature. Henry Moore in Poland”. Henry Moore (1898 - 1986) was recognised as a classic of modernism during his life and is considered by many specialists to be the greatest sculptor of the 20th century.
What was the Spanish coat (also Schandmantel) that a criminal had to wear walking down town roads? What punishments were used in Russia at the beginning of the 19th century? What did the hot iron trial by ordeal look like - Medieval method of determining whether one was guilty or not? What does the treatise Hammer of Witches published in Krakow in 1614 refer to?
The exhibition ‘Kraków 1900’ tells the story of the city at the turn of the 20th century — the Krakow of the Belle Époque.
The National Museum in Kraków has gathered the largest and most valuable collection of works by Stanisław Wyspiański (1869-1907) — one of the most important, original and appreciated artist from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, who belongs among such artists as Klimt, Mucha and Gaudi; the exhibition comprises of about 900 works.
The painting was purchased ca. 1800 in Italy, by Adam Jerzy, the son of Princess Izabela Czartoryska, and donated to the Museum in Puławy where it was exhibited in the ‘Gothic House’ from 1809–1830.
The paintings of Jan Cybis from the collections of the National Museum in Krakow and the donation of Jacek Cybis to the National Museum in Krakow.
The Tatra Mountain landscapes of Stanisław Witkiewicz and Walery Eljasz-Radzikowski from the collections of the National Museum in Krakow is an exhibition of landscapes created by the most significant 19th-century artists fascinated by the beauty of the mountains.
Numismatic and archaeological treasures of the soldiers of The Polish II Corps
The exhibition "I find ancient times very beautiful. Antiquity seen by a collector" includes works from three Krakow collections: the Princes Czartoryski Museum, the Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice and 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).