|Between Two Worlds. Art of Poland 1890-1914
|Discussion of the Mloda Polska (Young Poland) art movement on the occasion of an 2000 exhibition in Vancouver Art Gallery
Out Looking In: Early Modern Polish Art, 1890-1918
|Irena Kossowska's review of Jan Cavanaugh book of this title
|Early Modern Polish Art
|A review of Out Looking In: Early Modern Polish Art, 1890-1918, a richly illustrated book about the Mloda Polska Movement which focuses on canonical figures in Polish art, such as the artists Jan Matejko, Jacek Malczewski, Jan Stanislawski, and Stanislaw Wyspianski, and critics and writers such as Stanislaw Witkiewicz and Stanislaw Przybyszewski.
|In Looking Out
|Wojciech Tomasik's review of Jan Cavanaugh book Out Looking In: Early Modern Polish Art, 1890-1918
|Jan Cavanaugh: Out Looking In, Early Modern Polish Art, 1890-1918
|The publisher's webpage for the book
| Four articles occasioned by the Vancouver Art Gallery 2000 exibition " Between two worlds - Art of Poland 1890-1914," including interviews with the curator ot the exhibit and the director of the National Museum in Kraków.
|Rydlówka - Muzeum Młodej Polski
| The website of the Museum in Bronowice, a suburb of Krakow, which is housed in the Rydlówka, the location where the wedding which inspired Wespianski drama "Wesele" took place. The museum, which takes the form of a manor house, is devoted to the Young Poland movement.