The papers by Polish and Ukrainian historians and art historians included in this book explore the artistic milieu of the Kremenets and Volhynia region and introduce the artists’ colony that flourished there in the interwar period.
The Sigismund Chapel, a mausoleum erected between 1515–1533 for the King of Poland Sigismund I the Jagiellon at Cracow Cathedral, is universally regarded as the perfect example of High Renaissance architecture north of the Alps.
Marc Chagall’s youthful autobiography in the first Polish translation by Jolanta Sell.
A collection of thirty-five poems by the painter Jerzy Tchórzewski (1923–1999), written between 1988 and 1996, and illustrated with 13 monotypes by the author.
The book provides a complex presentation and critical analysis of works of art created in Germny between 1933 and 1945.