Poland 2017 ~Part 5~ Łańcut Castle~ interior

Here we go on the 1/2 hour run through the castle, without a guide we had nothing to tell us about anything, but there’s plenty on wiki and the castle’s own site. Artists and architects who worked in Łańcut incorporated a variety of styles in the castles architecture. The lush classicist stucco works, which can still be seen today were made by Fryderyk Bauman. Apart from classicist, also rococo and Neo-Gothic decorative elements were created. Some made clear reference to the Orient and pre-romantic trends. The castle also received an impressive collection of paintings and sculptures purchased mainly during numerous…

Poland April 2017~part 4~ Łańcut Castle Grounds

  Part 1 HERE.  Part 2 HERE. Part 3 HERE. After our visit to the Ulma Museum, we went to visit Łańcut Castle.  The castle was originally built in the second half of the 16th century, but was later modernised into a palace-residence by its owners. It was once home to two greatest Polish families – first, until 1816, the Lubomirski family, and later – until 1944 – the Potocki clan. It has a long involved history of changing hands and being re-modelled, and you can find the link to that HERE. Nowadays Łańcut Castle is one the most famous aristocratic…