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"A view of the sea. Works of the artists deriving from the Sopot School", the 15th exhibition of the "Polish artists and the sea" cycle

"A view of the sea. Works of the artists deriving from the Sopot School", the 15th exhibition of the "Polish artists and the sea" cycle

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 25.05.2017

For some people, this is a shameful Socialist Realism episode, others perceive it as a community of artists working together in a particular place, which was Sopot, while some consider it to be Colouristic Modernism of the 1950s. The "Sopot School" term is a controversial and dubious subject, especially considering the fact that members of this artistic circle chose diverse directions for their further development. "A view of the sea" is an exhibition dedicated to the maritime subject in the works of a group of artists deriving from the so-called "Sopot School" circle.


"Sea Battle" - theatre convention and richness of details

"Sea Battle" - theatre convention and richness of details

Category: News

Published: 20.05.2017

The National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk collects historical artefacts related to the maritime history. In the scope of the fine arts collection, from the start of its operation, one of the Museum's priorities has been creation of a collection of paintings by the former Dutch School in such a way as to present a synthetic overview of the main trends and achievements of the Dutch seascapists.


"Sea Battle" - theatre convention and richness of details

"Sea Battle" - theatre convention and richness of details

Category: Projects -> MKDNiS Projects

Published: 20.05.2017

The National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk collects historical artefacts related to the maritime history. In the scope of the fine arts collection, from the start of its operation, one of the Museum's priorities has been creation of a collection of paintings by the former Dutch School in such a way as to present a synthetic overview of the main trends and achievements of the Dutch seascapists.


The Musicians of the world

The Musicians of the world

Category: News

Published: 26.04.2017

The music has accompanied people from the very beginning and sculpture is probably the oldest artwork. The exhibitions shows the wooden sculptures chosen from the collection "The Musicians of the world" which includes about 400 artefacts from most of the world – from Ecuador to Indonesia. The main theme are wooden characters of musicians playing the unusual instruments.


The Musicians of the world

The Musicians of the world

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 26.04.2017

The music has accompanied people from the very beginning and sculpture is probably the oldest artwork. The exhibitions shows the wooden sculptures chosen from the collection "The Musicians of the world" which includes about 400 artefacts from most of the world – from Ecuador to Indonesia. The main theme are wooden characters of musicians playing the unusual instruments.


Cooperation with the Herring Era Museum

Cooperation with the Herring Era Museum

Category: News

Published: 08.02.2017

Thanks to the Bilateral Cooperation Fund, which enables cooperation between countries within the European Economic Area, in recent years the Conservation Department of the National Maritime Museum has had the opportunity to develop contacts with the Norwegian Maritime Museum in Oslo.


Cooperation with the Herring Era Museum

Cooperation with the Herring Era Museum

Category: Projects -> EEA/Norway Grants

Published: 08.02.2017

Thanks to the Bilateral Cooperation Fund, which enables cooperation between countries within the European Economic Area, in recent years the Conservation Department of the National Maritime Museum has had the opportunity to develop contacts with the Norwegian Maritime Museum in Oslo.


2nd Northern European workshop and networking on maritime museum exhibitions

2nd Northern European workshop and networking on maritime museum exhibitions

Category: News

Published: 07.12.2016

National Maritime Museum in Gdansk and International Congress of Maritime Museums welcome to the 2nd Northern European workshop and networking on maritime museum exhibitions, at the Shipwreck Conservation Centre, Tczew, Poland : 22-23 May 2017.


"Storm in the Port" at the Maritime Gallery

"Storm in the Port" at the Maritime Gallery

Category: News

Published: 30.09.2016

The collection of Polish maritime art of the National Maritime Museum has been enriched by the painting "Storm in the Port" by an eminent artist Mela Muter. Purchased due to the subsidy granted by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, the painting will be exhibited at the Maritime Gallery.


"Storm in the Port" at the Maritime Gallery

"Storm in the Port" at the Maritime Gallery

Category: Projects -> MKDNiS Projects

Published: 30.09.2016

The collection of Polish maritime art of the National Maritime Museum has been enriched by the painting "Storm in the Port" by an eminent artist Mela Muter. Purchased due to the subsidy granted by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, the painting will be exhibited at the Maritime Gallery.


Shipwreck Conservation Centre in Tczew is open and ready for visitors!

Shipwreck Conservation Centre in Tczew is open and ready for visitors!

Category: News

Published: 04.07.2016

On July 2nd, at 10.00, first visitors entered the Shipwreck Conservation Centre in Tczew – a new branch of the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk. It is not only a conservation workshop, studio warehouse or place for education and fun, but above all an institution that shows how the Museum really works.


The grand opening of the Shipwreck Conservation Centre in Tczew

The grand opening of the Shipwreck Conservation Centre in Tczew!

Category: News

Published: 27.06.2016

On July 2nd - Saturday - we invite you all to the opening of the Shipwreck Conservation Centre in Tczew. On that day the admission to the newest branch of the National Maritime Museum will be free of charge and the museum staff will show the visitors around the building.


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