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The town of Hel in pictures

The town of Hel in pictures

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 28.05.2016

What was Hel like a hundred years ago? It was a fishermen's settlement with an ambition of becoming a summer resort and a holiday enclave, vibrant and bustling with life.


Philately in Hel

Philately in Hel

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 27.05.2016

Apparently, the slip of the 21st Polish Philatelic Exhibition with different species of fish has recently become a "blue Mauritius" – or the Holy Grail of any philatelist. We do not have this specimen in our collection, however we are pleased to invite visitors to a temporary exhibition, entitled "Fishery in philately", which is held in our Hel branch.


Władysława Rogińska, A fishing port, 1951

The Rogińskis by the Baltic Sea – a new temporary exhibition in the Granaries on Ołowianka Island

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 19.05.2016

The fact that a bond of marriage which unites two artists may have an inspirational influence on their artistic work has been proven by such couples as Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera as well as Auguste Rodin and Camille Claudel. The National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk is pleased to invite its visitors to the exhibition of works created by an artistic couple of Władysława Rogińska and Bolesław Rogiński.


Włodzimierz Szpinger, Where Okeanos lives, triptych (middle)

Where Okeanos lives – painting of Włodzimierz Szpinger

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 03.03.2016

If Hieronymus Bosch had been a diver, he would probably have painted like Włodzimierz Szpinger, this is what connoisseurs of the artist's works claim. A clean palette of intense colours, a strong sense of humour and unusual inhabitants of a mystical underwater world. We are delighted to invite you to a vernissage of the artist, who was granted with a passport to the underwater world by Okeanos himself.


Valkyrie II, West & Son, Museum of History of Photography in Krakow

Yachts straight from Krakow

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 23.02.2016

In the 19th century, yachting was a sport and a form of entertainment of the elite. Representatives of the aristocracy and high finance of that time were eager to invest in more and more modern vessels. Sailing was not only a hobby but it was also viewed as an opportunity to emphasize one's social status. The 19th century was also marked by the beginnings in the development of photography. A new device was invented for recording of the continuously changing reality, for presenting of events and displaying new trends, including yachting.


m.s. Prosna, 1983, oil, hardboard, private collection

Henryk Baranowski - a reporter with a palette

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 18.05.2015

Henryk Baranowski is a central figure of the 13th edition of the "Polish Artists and the Sea" cycle. Baranowski was a seascapist, a continuator of Antoni Suchanek and Marian Mokwa's tradition, as well as a commodore serving in the navy. Organized on the 10th anniversary of painter's death, this year's exhibition is an occasion to commemorate his individuality and artistic work.


Lux in tenebris. Light in the darkness

"Lux in tenebris. Light in the darkness"

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 16.03.2015

A 3D shipwreck animation, a mysterious figurehead and a lantern room with a view of the most beautiful Polish lighthouses. We are pleased to invite you on a virtual tour of the "Lux In Tenebris. Light In the Darkness" exhibition.


Magical journey of Jaśnikowski

Magical journey of Jaśnikowski

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 30.06.2014

The National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk is pleased to inform about the temporary exhibition of Jarosław Jaśnikowski, one of the most outstanding representatives of magical realism.


Soter Jaxa-Małachowski – Master of Seawater

Soter Jaxa-Małachowski – Master of Seawater

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 16.05.2014

We are pleased to invite you to the exhibition of works by Soter Jaxa-Małachowski, one of the most famous Polish maritime artists and an acclaimed master of seawater depiction, organized as a part of the "Polish Artists and the Sea" cycle.


Visit our multimedia exhibition 21. Solidarity Decalogue

Visit our multimedia exhibition “21. Solidarity Decalogue”

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 11.12.2013

Opened on 11th December, a new exhibition of the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk is devoted to the postulates drawn up by the Inter-Factory Strike Committee (IFSC) and written down on plywood boards in August 1980, from then on known as the Solidarity Boards. It has been prepared on the 10th anniversary of inclusion of the Boards in the Polish Register of the UNESCO Memory of the World Programme, which represents the most significant documents in the history of mankind.


“Friends for Museum” exhibition

“Friends for Museum” exhibition

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 10.12.2013

A new temporary exhibition has been opened in the Granaries on Ołowianka Island. It presents 100 out of more than 1000 historic artefacts granted to the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk by the Society of Friends of PMM.


"By the Warm Sea". Feliks Michał Wygrzywalski

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 20.05.2013

The 11th exhibition of the "Polish Artists and the Sea" cycle, organized as a part of the 11th Baltic Science Festival, is devoted to the works of the artist who is being rediscovered after years of neglect.


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