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Royal Sculpture Gallery

Local name: Królewska Galeria Rzeźby

Located inside: Old Orangery

Classical Old Orange in the Royal Baths was built in the eighties of the eighteenth century. One of its wings was Stanislawowski Theater, and in the winter it contained orange trees, which in the summer were decorated with park lane. Currently, he houses two extensive sculpture exhibitions - the Polish Sculpture Gallery and the Royal Sculpture Gallery.

The Polish Sculpture Gallery is a few hundred exhibits by the most important Polish artists, from the Baroque to the outbreak of World War II. It is divided into two parts: the first floor exposes the sculptures, which were created from the 17th until the beginning of the 20th century. The ground floor is occupied by works of the twentieth century, dominated by those of the twentieth century.

In turn, the Royal Sculpture Gallery is a collection that fulfills the intentions of King Stanisław August Poniatowski. It consists of several hundred plaster castings of the most famous ancient works, among which are, among others. Laocoan Group or Hercules Farnese.


Attractions inside

    Royal Sculpture Gallery map
    Warsaw , Poland