National Gallery in Prague
Baroque in Bohemia in Schwarzenberg Palace, European Art in Sternberg Palace, 19th Century Art in Bohemia in St George’s Convent, Medieval Art in Bohemia and Central Europe in the Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia, collections of Asian art in Zbraslav Chateau, exposition of Czech Cubism 1910 – 1919 in House at the Black Madonna, Landscape in Czech Art of the 19th century in Kinský Palace and Art of the 20th and 21st Century in Veletržní Palace – these rank among the permanent exhibition of the National Gallery in Prague. Out of them, Veletržní Palace exhibits Kupka’s paintings from the beginning of the 20th century. The expositions both in Veletržní Palace and in Kinský Palace are adapted for wheelchairs.Dukelských hrdinů 47, 170 00 Praha 7 – Holešovice
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Museum Kampa - the Jan and Meda Mládek Foundation
Museum Kampa was established in the unique historical building of Sova’s Mills. The Jan and Meda Mládek Foundation has in its care an extensive collection of modern art and thus contributes to maintaining Czech and Central European cultural values.
The local exposition of František Kupka represents one of the most important collection of his works.
The museum also exhibits the works of other representatives of Czech Modern Art – Karel Malich, Karel Nepraš, Jiří Načeradský, Otakar Slavík as well as Otto Gutfreund. The last mentioned is another famous personality of the Hradec Králové Region - a native of Dvůr Králové nad Labem, located approximately 40 km from Hradec Králové. This town can be proud of a zoo with the biggest collection of African animals in Europe.U Sovových mlýnů 2, 118 00 Praha 1 – Malá Strana