Revitalization of the permanent exhibitions in 2019
During the year 2019 some of the permanent exhibitions will be closed due to the revitalization as well as some of the newly designed exhibitions will then be reopened. What changes can you expect?
— European Art from Antiquity to Baroque | until 30/6 2019
The permanent exhibition in the Sternberg Palace, which presents works of ancient antiquity, Dutch, Italian, French, Spanish, German and Austrian art and icons from the Middle Ages until the end of the 18th century, will be closed to the public on June 30, 2019 due to the revitalization of the exhibition.
— Old Masters | from 13/9 2019
After closing for several months, the new permanent exhibition of Old Masters in the Schwarzenberg Palace will be opened on September 13, 2019. It will present selected key artworks from the Collection of Old Masters (Hans von Aachen, Petr Brandl, Matthias Bernard Braun, Lucas Cranach, Adriaen de Vries, Albrecht Dürer, El Greco, Francisco José Goya, Hans Holbein, Jan Gossaert, also known as Jan Mabuse, Rembrandt van Rijn, Jusepe de Ribera, Peter Paul Rubens, Bartholomaeus Spranger, Karel Škréta, Simon Vouet, Michael Leopold Willmann and others).
— 1796–1917: Art from the longest Century | from 13/11 2019
In autumn 2019, a new permanent exhibition will be opened in the Trade Fair Palace. It will present the artworks housed in the National Gallery Prague that have never been shown at exhibitions, such as those by Caspar David Friedrich, Lovis Corinth, Max Klinger, Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky, Anton Romak and many others.
- 1918–1938: First Czechoslovak Republic
- 1930–present: Czech modern art
- European Art from Antiquity to Baroque | until 30/6 2019
- Medieval Art in Bohemia and Central Europe 1200–1550
- Old Masters | from 13/9 2019
- 1796–1917: ART OF THE LONGEST CENTURY | from 13/11 2019
- The Collection of Prints and Drawings