The artists’ Drohobycz

Drohobycz, Bruno Schulz’s hometown, one of the provincial towns of Małopolska Wschodnia; it became the biggest inspiration for the artist’s works, including both literature and painting. In the same place, about a dozen years earlier, other profound artists were born: Maurycy and Leopold Gottlieb.

At the exhibition and, as a result, in the catalogue, works of these thee artists were presented. They come from the collections of the Jewish Historical Institute and include six drawings by Bruno Schulz which are rarely exhibited. 

Author: Collective work
Cover type: softcover
Publisher: Jewish Historical Institute
Isbn: 978-83-61850-29-8