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We were aiming for some local Impressionist pieces, very few but good, and some other Klimt like ones. They are stacked on the walls so some of the good ones are high up and hard to see. Few chairs or benches to rest or contemplate,...More
The Lviv Museum of Art currently is currently showing a couple of works by writer and painter Bruno Schulz, who was murdered during the WWII Nazi occupation. These are accompanied by works by painters who exhibited together with him in Lviv in the 1920s and...More
A unique collection of paintings by a variety of more and less known artists, including some really famous ones (Shishkin, Matejko). This has a special meaning for Polish people, because about 80% of the paintings here are by Polish artists, many of whom lived in...More
This gallery provides a really big collection of paintings from all over Europe, the interiours as well represent the real interiors of the late 18th - mid 19th century. Save a half-day for this museum and preferably in the first part of the day. Even...More
Stunning collection and for me the best in Lviv. Artists from all over Europe. There is a small entrance fee and yes you are allowed to take pictures but without flash. Staff was friendly. This mansion must have been a amazing place once but the...More
The rating of the place is challenging: the art is stunning, but the place is dilapidated (when I visited in Oct. it was very cold inside. Visitors and the staff wore hats, scarfs, and mittens!) But the portraits are really worth to see: artists from...More
I've been to museums all over the capitals of Europe and the USA, and o did not expect to come across such a treasure trove in Lviv!! Absolutely activating cross section of masterworks from romanticism, Impressionism, modernism, expressionism, etc. Also provides context for the great...More