When visiting the Gallery of 20th-Century Polish Art in the NMK, we come across enormous drawings, measuring almost 4.5 and 7 meters, created in watercolour, gouache and pastel techniques. These monumental designs were authored by Stanisław Wyspiański and Józef Mehoffer.
In 1958, the National Museum in Krakow came into possession of Olga Boznańska’s legacy, bequeathed to this institution by Aniela Jastrzębska-Lawendowska – the painter’s friend. One of the boxes brought from Paris included clothing and fashion accessories used by the artist. Crumpled and dusty ball gown, […]