On the occasion of the 102nd anniversary of regaining independence by Poland, we handed over a portrait of one of the founders of independent Poland – Roman Dmowski, to the Polish Army Museum in Białystok.
Roman Dmowski (1864–1939) – politician, political journalist, MP and independence activist.
Also the co-founder of the National Democracy. In 1917, the founder of the Polish National Committee with its seat in Paris, which became a center representing Polish affairs on the international arena. He was a Polish delegate to the peace conference in Paris in 1919. It is thanks to Dmowski’s activities that the international community recognized the independent Polish State.
The painting is an expression of gratitude for our support for the initiative of local patriotic communities to build a Roman Dmowski monument in Białystok. It was made in the technique of acrylic painting, and it can be admired at temporary exhibitions. The portrait was painted by a young, promising artist Agnieszka Godlewska.
We cordially invite you to visit the museum with your family, after it reopens. It will be an interesting and informative visit for sure.