This multi-floor building offers many delights, among them a fine collection of French art from the mid-19th to the early twentieth century, an impressive collection of works by Czech artists who, with the possible exception of Frantisek Kupka, are too little known outside the Czech Republic, and a huge room devoted to the "Slav Epic", 20 very large paintings by Alfons Mucha. There was also a special exhibition on visual arts and music that is quite intriguing and features some very fine paintings usually seen in other buildings of the National Gallery. The coffee shop is staffed with friendly waiters and offers good light lunches. We spent five hours here and thought the time well spent. Highly recommended to all art lovers.
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