Hans Suess von Kulmbach was one of the most outstanding artists working in Albrecht Dürer's circle – a renowned painter, printmaker, illuminator and stained glass window designer. The principal subject of this exhibition, the cycle of Saint Catherine of Alexandria designed between the years 1514–1515 for St. Mary’s Church which he created under the influence of both Italian and South German art. The master’s works preserved in Krakow are scattered, and rarely exhibited, and, thus, they have become all but forgotten. The exhibition's highlight is a drawing for the panel Martyrdom of Philosophers from the cycle of Catherine of Alexandria from the Louvre collection, and a precious Polonicum: The Martyrdom of St. Stanislaus – the projection of a panel in the shape of a tondo for a stained glass window from the Kunsthalle in Bremen. This is the first, and possibly unique, opportunity to admire these works of art in Poland.
Open 10:00-16:00. Closed Mon, Sat 10:00-18:00.Sep 272018
- Jan 272019