The gallery located in the east wing of the castle displays the most interesting examples of Polish art and art beyond Polish borders from the 19th century to date. The most outstanding examples of 19th century Polish and European realism to be found in the Museum’s collection are displayed in the Blue Room. These include works by J. Matejko, P. Michałowski, J. Brandt, H. Rodakowski, J. Kossak and others. Examples of faience, bisque porcelain, china, silverware and pewter objects, as well as miniatures painted on ivory, from the 18th and 19th centuries can be seen in a glass wall cabinet. The next room, the Olive-Green Room, offers an opportunity to familiarise oneself with paintings amassed by the Museum which were created during the period of Młoda Polska (the Young Poland movement) at the turn of the 20th century. The most interesting of these include works by J. Malczewski, W. Hofman, J. Stanisławski, L. Wyczółkowski, T. Axentowicz, and W. Weiss. The display of paintings is complemented by Art Nouveau glassware, porcelain and pewterware. The next room, named after Adam Bunsch, displays the works of artists associated with Bielsko, Biała and the surrounding areas between 1918 and 1939. They represent various artistic trends, nationalities and faiths. The leading artists include J. Fałat, A. Bunsch, J. Glasner, B.P. Oczko, F. Zitzman, V. Strauss and S.I. Witkiewicz.