The National Gallery (Narodni galerie)

The collection of the National Gallery is exhibited in six locations; the Sternberg Palace, St George's Convent, the Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia, Veletrzni Palace, Zbraslav Castle and Kinský Palace.

Sternberg Palace (Sternberský palác)
Hradcanske námestí 15
Prague 1
Tel: +42 (02) 2481 0758

The Sternberg Palace is the main building of the National Gallery, exhibiting European art from the fourteenth to the eighteenth centuries except for works by Czech artists, which are housed in St George's Convent. The collection includes a fine selection of master works by artists including Holbein, Dürer, Bruegel, Rubens, van Dyck, El Greco, Goya, Gaugin, van Gogh, Picasso and Braque.

St George's Convent (Kláster sv. Jirí)
Jirske námestí 33
Prague 1 (the Prague Castle)
Tel: +42 (02) 5732 0889

St George's Convent gallery exhibits early Czech art; Bohemian paintings and sculpture from the Middle Ages to 1800. The collection includes Gothic panel paintings by the Master of the Vyssi Brod Altar, Magister Theodorik, and Master of the Altar of Trebon, the Gothic sculpture of the Master of the Mourning from Zebrak, baroque sculpture and paintings by Skreta, Kupecky, Rainer, Brokoff and Braun and Rudolphine works by Hans von Aachen, Joseph Heintz, Bartolomeus Spranger and Adrian de Vries.

Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia (Kláster sv. Anezky Ceské)
U Milosrdnych 17
Prague 1
Tel: +42 (02) 2187 9216

A continuation of the exhibition in St George's Convent, the Convent of St Agnes features nineteenth-century Czech art, mainly in nationalist and neo-Gothic styles.

Trade Fair Palace - Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
(Veletrzni palác - Muzeum moderniho a soucasneho umeni)
Dukelskych hrdinu 47
Prague 7
Tel: +42 (02) 2430 1175

The National Gallery's modern collection is housed in a vast Constructivist masterpiece built in the mid-1920s, which provides an appropriate setting for the works inside. The exhibition features a huge selection of twentieth-century Czech art, as well as many superb European works from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Zbraslav Castle (Zamek Zbraslav)
Ke Krnovu 2
Prague 5
Tel: +42 (02) 5792 0481

Zbraslav Castle houses the non-European art collection of the National Gallery.

Kinsky Palace (Palác Kinskych)
Staromestske námestí 12
Prague 1
Tel: +42 (02) 2481 0758

The Kinsky Palace overlooks the Jan Hus monument in the Old Town Square and contains the Prints and Drawings Collection and the National Gallery information centre.

Opening hours for all galleries:
Tuesday to Sunday - 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, Veletrzni palác until 9:00 pm on Thursdays
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