Prague

Mucha Museum

  Panská 7      (+ 420) 224 216 415     more than a year ago
Mucha shaped the Art Nouveau movement with his groundbreaking (and often stolen from Paris’ streets) posters for actress Sarah Bernhardt and the Theatre de la Renaissance, and has some renown as a photographer with the studies for his various masterpieces. He also has an excellent shot of a trouserless Paul Gauguin at a harmonium. A fitting tribute to artistic genius, whether you prefer his pastel seasons, the accusing desperation of the Slav Epic (his incomplete and huge magnum opus of which there are strangely no photos), or modern prints on everything from coasters to mousepads. Don’t miss the short biographical film.

Amenities

Credit Cards
Non-smoking
Metro

Metro

Můstek

Website

Email

shop@mucha.cz

Open

Open 10:00-18:00.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 240/160 Kč

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31.05.2010
Ashleigh

Loved the information about Mucha, and the film. Didn't like how crowded the museum was, or the vast display of tat in the museum shop. The paintings are beautiful, and the care which he put into designing banknotes etc for Czechoslovakia was interesting. I was also surprised that a family ticket is cheaper than a ticket for 2 adults? Admission was 160 per adult, and 300 for 2 adults, 2 children.
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