The first war-loss to be repatriated from the Far East, the Madonna with Child painted by the Italian master Alessandro Turchi at the end of the 16th century was stolen by the Germans during the war from the extensive Lubomirski art collection in Przeworsk.
The culture ministers of Poland, Ukraine and Lithuania have penned a declaration on cooperation to protect Ukrainian culture amidst Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
'Portrait of a Young Woman' by Wilhelm Volkhart, stolen in 1994 from the National Museum in Wroclaw, western Poland, has returned home.
A new museum dedicated to Poland’s history is the “biggest Polish cultural investment” now taking place, the government’s culture minister said on Friday.
"We remember the past and draw on historical experience to build a better future," the Polish deputy prime minister and culture minister has stated, referring to the forthcoming 80th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
Poland's ministry of culture will grant funding to the tune of PLN 38 million (EUR 8.02 million) to the Wawel Castle in Krakow for investments, the culture minister announced on Saturday.
Two 15th-century paintings looted by German forces during World War II have been returned to Poland.
Poland has successfully repatriated two Flemish paintings looted from a Polish collection by Nazi Germans during World War Two.
The silver was part of the National Defence Fund, which was set up by President Mościcki in April 1936 to raise additional funds by way of contributions for the rearmament of the army in the face of the threat to the Polish state by Nazi Germany.
Ukraine’s cultural heritage could be looted and traded on illegal markets as a result of the Russian invasion, Poland’s culture minister warned on Wednesday.