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Dom Leona Wyczolkowskiego, Bydgoszcz

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  • For some reason this branch of Muzeum Okręgowe is called Dom Leona Wyczółkowskiego (Wyczółkowski's house), while it never was this painter's house. Wyczółkowski spent last part of his life in... 
    For some reason this branch of Muzeum Okręgowe is called Dom Leona Wyczółkowskiego (Wyczółkowski's house), while it never was this painter's house. Wyczółkowski spent last part of his life in...  more »
  • The small house with the collection of paintings, other images and Leon Wyczolkowski memorabilia. Good atmosphere, nice support from the museum’s staff and lovely location on the Mill Island. 
    The small house with the collection of paintings, other images and Leon Wyczolkowski memorabilia. Good atmosphere, nice support from the museum’s staff and lovely location on the Mill Island.  more »
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  • This museum is a must see for art lovers, especially those who admire Leon Wyczółkowski and his unique kind of painting. The museum owns one of the largest collections of his amazing works, drawings and graphics. There are lots of documents, a rich photographic archive, personal memorabilia, artistic workshop and other original items from his mansion in Gościeradz.
  • The building was built in the years 1899-1902 as a residential facility for members of the management board of Młynów Rothera; until 1908, the accompanying outbuildings were built. It is an example of the neo-romantic style, typical of the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. After World War II, it was taken over by the State Treasury and leased to the State Grain Plant, while retaining the residential function. In 1975 it was put into use, and in 1994 it became the property of the District Museum. Leon Wyczółkowski in Bydgoszcz. It housed the Numismatics, Graphics and Inventory departments, as well as photography and conservation studios, and an art studio in the adjacent utility building. Currently, there is a permanent exhibition of the works of Leon Wyczółkowski. The interior of the museum is well arranged 😊 Regular price PLN 8, reduced PLN 6.

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