Polish Minister of Culture and National Heritage Piotr Gliński announced on Monday that a red-figure lekythos dating back to the fourth century BC had officially been returned to the National Museum in Warsaw.
As well as showcasing rare collections from the National Museum in Warsaw, the ‘Shouting: Poland! Independence 1918’ exhibition, which starts today (October 26th), will also include hitherto unseen artwork from other cultural institutions.
Geldorp’s Portrait of a Lady had been in public collections in Warsaw from 1935 until the outbreak of WWII. It had been purchased by the city together with a collection of 94 other paintings.
Pablo Picasso, famous Spanish painter, during his stay in Poland in 1948, donated as a gift to The National Museum in Warsaw, some of his recently made ceramics.
A 17th century work 'Our Lady in a Garland of Roses', created by Roman painter Giovanni Battista Salvi, can be viewed from Thursday at the Europeum Centre for European Culture, a Branch of the National Museum in Kraków (MNK) (southern Poland).
Polish President Andrzej Duda signed a law in Kraków on Monday establishing the Independence Centenary Medal, which will serve as a sign of gratitude and respect for people who have given outstanding service to the Polish state and society.
Brandt is best known for his extraordinary paintings of 17th century military life and warfare, but new exhibition also has his oil paintings, watercolours, drawings and photographs.
Playwright, painter and poet, Stanisław Wyspiański (1869-1907) was a 19th Century Polish cultural giant.