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Exhibition March 12 − June 27

Poland. The power of the image

National Museum in Poznan resumed exhibition "Poland. The power of the image ".

The exhibition presents works by the largest Polish artists of the second half of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, belonging to the canon of Polish art, incl. Jan Matejko, Artur Grottger, Jozef Brandt, Jozef Helmonski, Maximilian and Alexander Gerymski, Jacek Malczewski, Ferdinand Ruszczyc, Leon Vychulkovsky, Wojciech Weiss, Witold Vojtkavishpyat, Stanishevich.

Among the nearly 100 works collected at the exhibition, created in the years 1840-1918, were the works of the largest Polish artists of that era. They contributed to the story of how artists created and enriched national culture, drawing on the glorious past of Poland, creating evidence of its history, images of nature and people that make up the national existence.

Based on site materials National Museum, Poznan.