Dom Leona Wyczołkowskiego
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endrju_74
Ipswich, UK4,851 contributions
Sep 2019
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 Gościeradz, not far from Bydgoszcz, and he often visited the city - but apparently never lived in Bydgoszcz. What's more, the building now called Wyczólkowski' House used to host other parts of the museum, such as Numismatics Department, Graphic Department, Inventory Department, Conservation, Photography and Art Workshop, and only since 2009 it is a seat for the branch, that presents many artworks given to the city by the painter himself, also some rooms are arranged in a way his house was. Definitely one of the best parts of Museum Okręgowe, but sady it seems like it is overlooked by tourists, who concentrate more on those newly refurbished bright and sparking granaries closer to the town centre. Dom Wyczółkowskiego is one of many museums on Mill Island (Wyspa Młyńska).
Written April 21, 2020
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laserkid
Lodz, Poland3,343 contributions
Oct 2019
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.
Written October 27, 2019
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podrozniczka60
New Jersey14,535 contributions
Apr 2018 • Friends
Lovely museum - situated in Mill Island district near the Brda river in a really beautiful location. Wyczolkowski's heritage is well preserved and celebrated in this historic building. In depth visit should be 1- 1 1/2 hours. Very interesting.
Written May 25, 2018
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kwiewiorowski
Poznan, Poland2,246 contributions
Sep 2017 • Couples
This part of the city is a recently done up real gem. Surrounded by the river on both sides it is tranquil and green with plenty of restaurants and cafés overlooking it. On the other side you can spot a modern building of the boat house and Opera House beyond. However, before that, right in the middle of the “islet” is Wyczolkowski House where his works of art, mainly paintings have been put on display. It also tells you a little about his life. There are some artifacts from his life,too which in part fell in the time of Art Nouveau movement. So it is like a time travel. The pictures we found very interesting and appealing. Even though there are only two floors of them, immersing in the tranquil atmosphere of the past was a very pleasurable and satisfying experience. An hour is just about enough to see all and the ticket is about 1.5 GBP per person. Have a great time as we did!
Written October 23, 2017
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EastCoastBaldie
Lowestoft31 contributions
Sep 2016 • Friends
I was very impressed by the breadth of Leon Wyczolkowski's work. He painted in many different styles, and was very talented. The museum is well worth a visit.
Written October 15, 2016
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