Krakow's series of paintings was painted in impressionistic and modern styles during his travels in Europe. The paintings convey the atmosphere of the city and the calm grandeur of ancient architecture. Here the artist uses the technique of crumpled paper, which successfully reflects the rainy weather of the city. Watercolors of the artist emit a light airy mood, which is possible to convey only with the help of this technique. It is one of the most difficult materials for painting, that is why artists often avoid to use it. But the possession of this technique opens up new horizons and opportunities for the painters, that are absent in oil or acrylic. Paintings of this series will perfectly fit into any interior, fill the room with a calm warm mood and allow you to plunge into the atmosphere of old Krakow.