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A scientific conference summarizing a long-term research project

The June scientific symposium is ahead of us. The Malbork Castle Museum will have the opportunity to host top-class specialists from Poland and abroad, who specialize in the art and architecture of the 14th and 15th centuries. The main topic of the meeting will be the phenomenon of the fine style – probably the most important phenomenon in the history of medieval art, which gave birth to a number of works that still delight with their quality and class. 

pośrodku na postumencie ustawiona rzeźba przedstawiająca Maryję trzymającą na kolanach martwego Chrystusa. Za obiektem stoją dwie kobiety oglądające dzieło.

The conference is the aftermath of a scientific project that we have been carrying out for the past few years with the support of the National Museum in Gdańsk and the National Maritime Museum. We studied stone sculptures preserved in the former Teutonic state, including our figure of Christ Gethsemane. We also organized a unique exhibition Bilde von Prage, where many of these works could be seen.  A monograph containing a detailed description of our activities and a report on the results obtained was published as a result of the exhibition and research. Now we want to submit these results for professional discussion, but also to bring them closer to all interested parties. For this purpose, we are preparing a conference with the support of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. Soon we will present the program of the session and provide details of the event. Meanwhile, let’s take a look at a handful of memories from the implementation of the project. For more information, please visit:

Konserwatorka przy pracy
pośrodku na blacie stoi drewniana rzeźba przedstawiająca Maryję trzymającą na kolanach martwe ciało Chrystusa. obok stoi konserwatorka wykonująca prace przy obiekcie.
Konserwatorka przy pracy. W centralnym punkcie na stole leży drewniana rzeźba przedstawiająca postać kobiety. oświetlona jest z góry podłużną lampą. Konserwatorka nakłada specjalną szpatulką substancję z pojemnika, który trzyma w lewej dłoni.


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