2017 marks the 110th anniversary of internationally-acclaimed artist StanisławWyspiański's death (1869–1907). If you don't know, now you know: Wyspiański ranks among artists like Klimt and Gaudi in terms of mass-significance and influence cascading from the turn of the 19th century, especially locally. In an impressive feat, the National Museum in Kraków has aggregated the largest and most valuable collection of the artist's works - approximately 900 pieces. As part of the largest display of the artist's works over the past 50 years in Poland, 500 of these works will be available for viewing - drawings, portraits, and landscapes, as well as scenographic, typographic, and ornamental designs (some of which were made for high-profile clients in Krakow). Of course, there will be plenty of pastels - a medium he was best known for artfully mastering.