National Gallery of Polish art of the XIX century (Galeria Sztuki Polskiej XIX wieku w Sukiennicach | The Gallery of 19th Century Polish Art)

The Cloth Hall - on of the Europe's largest market square in Krakow. It is located on the top floor of an elegant Renaissance building.
Its gallery holds a permanent exhibition of paintings of outstanding artists of Poland. Most of the collections include gifts from artists, their families and collectors. Works of art represent the main styles and trends that were typical of Poland in the XIX century.
Four halls were allocated for the exhibition. Each of them was given a specific period in the art. The exposition begins with the Hall of an era of Education, where the works of the Baroque, Rococo and Classicism are exposed. Other halls are also decorated in the style of a certain historical period and named after famous Polish artists: Michaelovski Hall, and the Halls of Semiradski and Helmonski.
The Gallery in the Cloth Hall - is a branch of the National Museum in Krakow. The exhibition is welcoming all visitors. From 2006 to 2009, a large-scale reconstruction of the gallery was carried out, in the course of which, architectural details of a historic building have been renewed and the roof was reinforced, equipped with an elevator, underwent some extensive renovations of warehouse and office space. Since 2010, the gallery was re-opened to the public.
Address: Rynek Główny 3, Krakow
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