Monographic Lectures are dedicated exclusively to particular masterpieces, they are usually prepared by me for the conferences or single meetings:
1. Belles Heures of Duke de Berry – famous manuscript decorated by Limbourg Brothers.
2. Roman de la Rose – the manuscript kept in Czartoryski Library in Cracow.
3. MS. Czart. 3467 – Book of Hours kept in Czartoryski Library in Cracow.
4. Netherlandish influences in the Augustian altar by Nicolas Haberschrack, the masterpiece of gothic panel painting in Lesser Poland.
5. The Art of the Medieval Armenia.
6. Women in the Middle Ages
7. Altar-wings of the Retable of Our Lady of Sorrows in the Holy Cross Chapel in Cracow Cathedral
8. The drawing in Liber Privilegiorum no 2 of Cracow Cathedral and the patronage of the cardinal Zbigniew Oleśnicki.
9. Netherlandish influences in the Dominican altar from Cracow, the masterpiece of gothic panel painting in Lesser Poland.
10. Our Lady of Sorrows in the Franciscan Church in Cracow – a late gothic panel and its history.
11. Graduale manuscript founded by Maciej Skawinka, the Abbot of the benedictine monastery in Tyniec.
12. Tyniec Sacramentary manuscript.
13. The manuscript of of the works by Joseph Flavius, founded by Maciej Skawinka, the Abbot of the benedictine monastery in Tyniec.
14. Emotions in European art.
15. Symbols in European art and their presence in modern visual culture.
16. Spring and Easter in art.
17. Medieval chivalry – the myth, the duties, the tournaments and the romances.
18. Christine de Pisane – medieval feminist and the situation of women in her times.
19. Labora – the working class depicted in medieval art.
20. Creatio Mundi: Cration of World in Medieval Art.
21. Wine in European art.
22. Erotic motifs in European art.
23. Art and Tradictions of Lesser Poland. Pre-christian roots of Christian holidays and customs.
24. Art Forgeries.
25. Stolen Masterpieces and Looted Art from Polish Collections.
26. Dragons in medieval art.