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Wyświetlam: 9 - 16 / 42

Sigismund III Vasa ducat
Name: Sigismund III Vasa ducat

Thanks to the financial support of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage, the Leon Wyczółkowski Regional Museum in Bydgoszcz has recently been enriched with a very rare numismatic item – a 1628 Sigismund III Vasa ducat produced in the Bydgoszcz Mint. This interesting numismatic item was gained from a private owner and constitutes a precious complement to the Bydgoszcz Museum's collection. The coin can be seen in the "Bydgoszcz Mint" exhibition.

Stefan Szmaj. Autoportrait II
Name: Stefan Szmaj. Autoportrait II

Among the artworks donated by Professor Kubicki to the Bydgoszcz Museum is one of the famous self-portraits of Stefan Szmaj. This artist, who was also a doctor, lived in Bydgoszcz in the years 1929–1936. The exhibition “Rebellion – Expressionism – Transborder Avant-Garde. Works from the Berlin Collection of Prof. St. Karol Kubicki” at the Modern Art Gallery will provide an extraordinary opportunity to learn more about the colourful personalities of Stefan Szmaj and his friends who helped to build “Bunt”, the legend of Polish avant-garde art.

Boat,13th century (after 1276)
Name: Boat,13th century (after 1276)

Visitors to the archaeological exhibition “In the Town of Bydgost” have a chance to see an extremely interesting boat, carved from a single tree trunk. This pine dugout was unearthed in 1900 in Mątwy on the Noteć River (currently a district of Inowrocław). It was dated to the late 13th century (after 1276) and used for both transportation and fishing.

Stefan Gierowski. The Ten Commandments Paintings
Name: Stefan Gierowski. The Ten Commandments Paintings

Stefan Gierowski in his series of paintings seeks such forms of artistic expression that could serve as verbal concepts that express an idea. Concepts that are impossible to imagine using words may be presented in the tension of forms and colours. The author carries out painted contemplation on the content of Biblical orders and prohibitions, on virtues and sins, translating them into his own feelings and emotions.

In the Painter’s Studio (W pracowni malarza) by Leon Wyczółkowski
Name: In the Painter’s Studio (W pracowni malarza) by Leon Wyczółkowski

In the Painter’s Studio (W pracowni malarza) by Leon Wyczółkowski is a painting looted during the World War II and recently reclaimed for the National Museum in Warsaw by Mr Witold Konieczny and Mr Roman Kruszewski. Having learnt that the picture had been put up for auction in Germany, the two co-owners of the Wiedza i Praktyka publishing house decided to buy it and then to donate it to the National Museum.

Leather rolling machine
Name: Leather rolling machine
Pochodzenie: Germany
Date: 1st guarter of the 20 th c.

This set of devices for leather rolling has one autonomous main drive, which was used to propel two spherical rolls: full and concave. The rolling mill belonged to shormaker Jan Stanisławski, who had a shop in ul. Kijowska 13/1 in the interwar period and until the 1960s. Musueum visitors can see this object in "From Old Market Square to Wolności Square. Walking the streets of interwar Bydgoszcz " exhibition.

Ferdinand Lepcke Pocałunek (Ponowne spotkanie), 1904
Name: Ferdinand Lepcke Pocałunek (Ponowne spotkanie), 1904

A sculpture made by German artist Ferdinand Lepcke, reflect not only fascination of  the author about antique, it is also  a kind of expression about Baroque assumptions. Visitors can see sculpture on Ferdinand Lepcke (1866-1909) exhibition in Modern Art Gallery till 15 March.

Tile with eagle heads (XVI/XVII c.)
Name: Tile with eagle heads (XVI/XVII c.)

At “Late Medieval and Modern Bydgoszcz in the light of archaeological sources” exhibition are presented varied for-tile form archeological studies conducted in Bydgoszcz. Special example have eagle heads on the front.

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