Only until this Sunday 22 January 2017!
Only until this Sunday 22 January 2017!

Cranach from All Sides
Sternberg Palace
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Only until this Sunday 22 January 2017!

Cranach from All Sides
Sternberg Palace

Permanent exhibitions

Medieval Art in Bohemia and Central Europe 1200–1550
Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia
European Art from Antiquity to Baroque
Sternberg Palace
Art from the Rudolfine Era to the Baroque in Bohemia
Schwarzenberg Palace
19th-Century Art from Neoclassicism to Romanticism
Salm Palace
The Art of the 19th, 20th and 21st Centuries
Trade Fair Palace
The Art of Asia
Kinský Palace

Eshop

Against Nature: Young Czech Art Scene
Edith Jeřábková – Chris Sharp (eds.)
150 Kč
Emperor Charles IV. 1316–2016
Jiří Fajt-Markus Hörsch (ed.)
700 Kč
Generosity. The Art of Giving
Adam Budak, Michaela Pejčochová (eds.)
150 Kč
GENEROSITY. THE ART OF GIVING. Book of Conversations
Adam Budak, Michaela Pejčochová (eds.)
100 Kč
Emperor Charles IV 1316–1378
Jiří Fajt (ed.) in cooperation with Helena Dáňová
180 Kč
Cranach from All Sides
Olga Kotková (Ed.)
320 Kč
Guide to the Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia
Helena Dáňová – Štěpánka Chlumská (eds.)
360 Kč

News

THIRD MIND. Jiří Kovanda and the Im(possibility) of Collaboration runs to February 5

Collages, installations, sculptures and performances by Jiří Kovanda, created either in collaboration or in dialogue with other artists, will be on public display only to February 5, 2017. 

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The exhibition “Cranach from All Sides” ends in a week already!

Viewers will have the possibility to examine Cranachʼs paintings “from all sides” already only to January 22, 2017. Wide public is introduced to the artistʼs oeuvre not only via the views of historians, restorers, chemists and natural scientists, but also literally – for example, the versos of Cranachʼs paintings, usually hidden to the naked eye, are on display.

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Jan Zrzavý and Johann Kupezky in the Cabinets of Prints and Drawings in the Trade Fair Palace and Schwarzenberg Palace

Visit the new short-term exhibitions on view in the National Gallery’s Cabinets of Prints and Drawings that present two major figures of Czech art!

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Charles IV in Nuremberg

The Czech-Bavarian exhibition, held to commemorate the 700th anniversary of the birth of Charles IV, relocated in October 2016 from the Wallenstein Riding Hall to the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg.

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Three new works by Rudolphine artists in the Schwarzenberg Palace

The exhibition Art from the Rudolfine Era to the Baroque in Bohemia now houses three remarkable artworks on loan from a Czech private collection, created by artists working for the Prague court of Emperor Rudolf II.  

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The Sternberg Palace Houses Paintings by del Sarto and Cranach on Loan from Opočno and Olomouc

The National Gallery in Prague exhibits the Virgin and Child by Andrea del Sarto, a prominent painter of Italian Renaissance, on loan from the Opočno Castle. The exhibition Cranach from All Sides is now complemented with a pair of altar wings on loan from the Olomouc Archbishopric, painted by Cranach and his workshop for the highly influential Bishop Stanislav Thurzo.

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For one price to all exhibitions

From 4 July we have a new admission fee to the permanent exhibitions of the National Gallery. During one week you can visit all six buildings for only 300 CZK.

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