Set in four rooms on the upper floor of the Sukiennice, the collection covers a pivotal century of Polish art, with a mixture of portraits, landscapes, and scenes from Polish history. Each room is named after a particular artist and theme: Bacciarelli, the Enlightenment; Michaƚowski, Romanticism; Siemiradzki, Academicism; Cheƚmoński, Realism, Polish Impressionism, and Early Symbolism. Be sure to take a look at the huge Cheƚmoński piece, Czwórka, in Room IV, and equally striking Kościuszko at Racƚawice by Jan Matejko in Room 3. Tip: the cafe has perhaps the best view in all Krakow.
Gallery of 19th-Century Polish Art
Sukiennice, Rynek Gƚówny 3
Our Rating Neighborhood Old Town Hours Tues–Sat 10am–8pm; Sun 10am–6pm Transportation All trams to Old Town Phone 012/424-46-03 Web site Gallery of 19th-Century Polish Art
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