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Medieval art of the Czech Republic and Central Europe 1200–1550

Exhibition January 5 − December 31, 2020
National Gallery, Prague in the halls of the monastery of St. Anezhki Cheste holds an exhibition“Medieval art of the Czech Republic and Central Europe 1200-1550”.

The exposition will present more than two hundred exhibits of painting, sculpture and decorative art by artists of the Czech lands, as well as European countries - France, Austria, Saxony, including Hans Pleidenwurf, Albrecht Altdorfer, Hans Hesse and Lucas Cranach the Elder.

The main exhibits are treasures of national cultural heritage, works of the reign of King John, Emperor Charles IV and his sons, works of the so-called "beautiful style" and works of art related to the revival of Czech lands during the reign of Vladislav and Ludwig Jagiellonian. The presented works allow viewers to trace the stylistic transformation of works of art for several centuries.

Based on site materialsNational Gallery in Prague.