Jaś i Małgosia

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1 Świętego Mikołaja, Wroclaw, Poland
Jaś i Małgosia - Eugeniusz Get-Stankiewicz: Do It Yourself Crucifix
Jaś i Małgosia - Eugeniusz Get-Stankiewicz: self-portrait
Jaś i Małgosia - Jas i Malgosia
Jaś i Małgosia - The gateway between the two
Jaś i Małgosia - About the artist
Jaś i Małgosia - Jas i Malgosia in front of St Elizabeth's Church
Jaś i Małgosia - Jas i Malgosia from behind

Jaś i Małgosia Wroclaw Reviews

Kathrin_E Kathrin_E
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Jas i Małgosia and the Artist Aug 02, 2014
The two houses that frame the former entrance to the churchyard of St Elizabeth are usually nicknamed „Jas i Malgosia“ (Hansel and Gretel, like in the Grimm fairytale). Originally they were built as residential houses for the altar priests at the church. There were more of them, only two are left. „Malgosia“ is now a pub and restaurant.

The smaller of the two, „Jas“, was in very bad shape but was saved thanks to the sculptor Eugeniusz Get-Stankiewicz, who rented the house, had it repaired, and installed his studio inside. The artist has in the meantime died, but some of his works are on display on the facades of the house. This guy must have been a bit excentric methinks...

Towards Rynek there is his self-portrait on the wall.

Another work is attached to the shady northern wall facing the church, the Do It Yourself Crucifix. Funny, philosophical, or downright blasphemic? Decide for yourselves.
Jas i Malgosia
Jas i Malgosia in front of St Eliz…
The gateway between the two
Jas i Malgosia from behind
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