23 paintings of 17th–18th centuries presented by National Arts museum of the Republic of Belarus are displayed in Grodno for the first time; among pictures visitors will see portraits of the Radzivill and Sapega families, as well as kings and Catholic cardinals.
The portraits come from collection of the Radzivill family — a well-known magnate house of Grand Duchy of Lithuania. They used to emblazon the Radzivill residence in Nesvizh. The collection emerged due to Crysztof Radzivill Sirotka (1549–1616), a man of high culture and a renowned patron of arts.
The exhibition will last till the end of the year.