Radziejowice is a village 40 kilometres south west of Warsaw. Radziejowice palace is a complex of classical residences surrounded by a park. Since 1965 the complex has performed the function of a cultural centre, including fine arts. The palace and park complex include: a classical palace, Gothic Castle, Larch Manor, Swiss Cottage, a former blacksmith’s shop, and several hectare park with ponds. The palace in the past was a residence to various polish kings and its main attraction is the largest constant exhibition in Poland of works by Józef Chełmoński and a collection of memorabilia of the great painter. Having lived for 25 years in neighbouring, Józef Chelmonski was a frequent visitor of local hosts, consolidating the beauty of the surrounding landscape on canvas.