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The development of this mentality was well reflected in the art life of Vilnius. So far in this study, local Polish-speaking artists have been treated as Poles. However, these terms require some elaboration. When these artists participated in joint exhibitions, in Vilnius, Warsaw or Cracow, together with artists from Poland, they were referred to as Lithuanian artists. The older artists Wincent Slendziriski, 1Ct. the articles by Rimantas Miknys, Egidijus Motieka, Darius Staliunas and others in the serial publication Lieluviif algimimo istorijos studijos and the monograph Car if paldiioje.
37 The founders were Wladyslaw Tyszkiewicz, Emanuel Bulhak, Tadeusz Rostworowski, M arjan Broel-Plater, Lucjan Uzi^blo, Jan Pietraszkiewicz, Waldemar Slizien, Benedykt H enryk Tyszkiewicz, Antoni Tyszkiewicz, Jozef Tyszkiewicz, Stanisiaw Gawronski, Jozef Montwill, Boleslaw Rusiecki, Tadeusz Wroblewski and Wandalin Szukiewicz. When the last two members withdrew, the Warsaw painter Aniela Poray-Biernacka was accepted. H. Tyszkiewicz the owner 47 42. The house of the Society of Science Lovers on Tyzenhauzq Street, Vilnius.
The issue of premises was particularly crucial for the societies, as both of them expanded rapidly and their depositories became stuck for room to store art works, let alone exhibitions for the public. The Museum of Science and Art was housed on the first floor of KlementynaTyszkiewiczowa's mansion. It rented one hall that soon could not take any new exhibits. Besides, it was not heated and could only function in summer. In 1907, Count Jozef Przezdziecki donated to the Society of Science Lovers a country-house-type building on Astrakhan Street (now Tyzenhauzq Street), but it was too small for the library, archive and exhibits.