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Stanisław Rodziński, Pieta II, 1977
Name: Stanisław Rodziński, Pieta II, 1977
Description:

The painting comes from the art collection of the Ignacy Jan Paderewski Pomeranian Philharmonic in Bydgoszcz, stored in the Bydgoszcz Museum. The art of Stanisław Rodziński refers to the aesthetics of Polish Colourism. The artist is identified not only with popular landscape themes, but also paintings referring to Christian iconography – including Passion scenes oscillating around the mystery of the Cross.

 
Washer - bell
Name: Washer - bell
Description:
This washer bell came from interwar period. It was use to create foam and elicit to move launder underwear. This bell is possible to watch on Permanent exhibition -  From Old Market Square to Wolności Square. Walking the streets of interwar Bydgoszcz.
 
Treasure from Bydgoszcz – Łoskonia
Name: Treasure from Bydgoszcz – Łoskonia
Description:

Historic objects discovered in 1943 are part of the collection of the Leon Wyczółkowski Regional Museum in Bydgoszcz. The group features four well-preserved bracelets. They were made from bronze band. Their surface is decorated with a geometric ornament with triangles made with the use of punch. Bronze resembled gold and was an object of desire among women during both ancient times and later periods. Made with great metallurgical artistry and elaborately decorated jewelry can be seen at the exhibition “In the Borderland Between Wielkopolska and Pomerania. Bydgoszcz and the Region at the Dawn of Time.”

 
Wawel Crucifix by Leon Wyczółkowski, 1895
Name: Wawel Crucifix by Leon Wyczółkowski, 1895
Description:

The painting presents a sculpture from the Baroque altar of the Crucified Jesus situated in the ambulatory of the chancel in the Wawel Cathedral. The sculpture dates from the late 14th century, set against the background of repoussé silver plate, covered with a veil made from delicate black net. Most likely, Queen Hedwig prayed before it; therefore it is called the Crucifix of Queen Hedwig or the Black Crucifix because of the dark statue of Christ.

 
Mortar from the pharmacy in the Old Market Square of Bydgoszcz
Name: Mortar from the pharmacy in the Old Market Square of Bydgoszcz
Description:

The mortar comes from the old accessories of the Bydgoszcz pharmacy established in the 16th century, from a later period, which until the end of the 18th century had been owned by the Jesuit order.

 
“A House in the Park” Walter Leistikow
Name: “A House in the Park” Walter Leistikow
Description:

Among artworks featured in the jubilee exhibition “We Make History Together. The History of Bydgoszcz Residents – History of the Museum (1923-2013),” there is a lithograph made by Walter Leistikow “A House in the Park” (ca. 1898) and an oil painting “Trees” (1895-1899) signaling fields of art the artist was involved in, and at the same time, highlighting a significant collection of works of art made by this artist in the Leon Wyczółkowski Regional Museum in Bydgoszcz.

 
Kashubian Closet
Name: Kashubian Closet
Description:

Before real furniture made by carpenters appeared in interiors of peasants’ houses, clothes were stored mainly in boxes. Furniture of this type used for hanging clothes dates from the 17th century, although it was used earlier in church sacristies.

 
“Królewicz Kazimierz i Długosz” by Leon Wyczółkowski
Name: “Królewicz Kazimierz i Długosz” by Leon Wyczółkowski
Description:

This painting by Leon Wyczółkowski, entitled “Królewicz Kazimierz i Długosz” (“Prince Casimirus and Długosz”), dates from 1873 and forms part of the collection of the Bydgoszcz District Museum. It will be on view at Dom Leona Wyczółkowskiego (House of Leon Wyczółkowski) at ul. Mennica 7 on Wyspa Młyńska (Mill Island) until 30th November 2013.





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