Bruno Schulz was a Polish Jewish writer, a great artist, literary critic and art teacher, regarded as one of the greatest Polish-language prose stylists of the 20th century. Several of Schulz's literary works were lost in the Holocaust, and those that survived to our times include the well known The Street of Crocodiles and Sanatorium Under the Sign of the Hourglass. The exhibition features Schulz's self-portrait, Meeting. Two women. Bruno Schulz and Stanisław Weingarten, and the Fantastic Scene. There are also exhibited Schulz's frescos from the collection of the Drohobycz Land Museum: Cat, Tree with a bird, Old Man, and Prince and Princess. The main aim of the exhibition is to juxtapose Bruno Schulz's works with those of other artists creating at that time, among them Ksawery Dunikowski, Marcel Harasimowicz, Wlastimil Hofman, Alfons Karpiński, Jarosław Muzyka, Andrzej Pronaszka, Wojciech Weiss and Leon Wyczółkowski.