All of Malczewski Landscapes
In the 1920s, eminent Polish painter Jacek Malczewski frequently stayed at Lusławice with his sisters in three rooms which he rented from the owner of the manor. He was probably attracted to that area by his daughter Julia, who married a landowner from the nearby Charzewice. In 1923–26 Malczewski ran an informal drawing school for boys in Lusławice. It was here that he celebrated 50 years of his artistic career, and painted such works as Reverie. At the Porch in Lusławice, The Gardener, St Agnes, Lusławice – Stubble Field, while his son Rafał created such paintings at the manor as Lusławice Porch and Father’s Portrait.