The Collection embraces works executed using various printmaking techniques from the 16th to the 20th century. These are individual prints, cycles and thematic albums as well as folders of individual artists. Topics revolving around Warsaw prevail: views of Warsaw, historical scenes related to political events and the struggle for independence, and genre scenes depicting the everyday life of city dwellers. A distinctive group comprises images of Warsaw destroyed during World War II. A separate thematic category embraces portraits of residents of Warsaw and figures with ties to the city, including images of kings, magnates, national heroes, social activists, writers, artists. Selected artists: Willem Hondius, Bernardo Bellotto called Canaletto, Fryderyk Krzysztof Dietrich, Antoni Oleszczyński, Jan Feliks Piwarski, Leon Wyczółkowski, Józef Rapacki, Feliks Jabłczyński, Zofia Stankiewicz, Władysław Skoczylas, Tadeusz Cieślewski the son, Tadeusz Kulisiewicz, Stefan Rassalski.