- Polish Art
An Enduring Spirit!
This exhibition summarizes art from Poland starting from the medieval ages until the 20th century. The exhibition will feature around 250 works of art. The exhibition will also display works related to Frederic Chopin and Nicolaus Copernicus. The original handwritten music sheet will be available for viewing as will the original handwritten document of the Copernicus theory.
The most noteworthy work of art at this exhibition is probably the "Stefan Batory at Pskov", which was painted by one of Poland's national artists, Jan Matejko. Part of the collection at the royal castle in Warsaw, it stands at 4 meters high and 6 meters high. Its overwhelming presence is sure to captivate viewers.
Place Special Exhibition Gallery at the National Museum of Korea
(National Museum of Korea, 137 Seobinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul)
Price Adults (24 years and older) \13,000
College Students/Middleschool & highschool students \11,000
Elementary school \8,000 Children \5,000
Period Until 30 August (Closed Monday, Holidays)