A room, of which the walls are entirely covered by the paintings of Jan Bogumił Plersch and Jan Ścisło, representing an outstanding example of 18th-century illusionist decoration art. Here, we can see an openwork bower with a rose creeper weeding a "fictional" wooden trellis, which offered a stretching view of vast, picturesque landscapes, animated with genre scenes. The merging of art and nature finds its perfect expression here – the huge window overlooks the nature surrounding the White Pavilion.

In the Study, on the fireplace, stands a marble bust by André Le Brun depicting Rozalia Lubomirska, who was beheaded with a guillotine in Paris during the French Revolution.