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Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague
This exhibition offers the Czech public and visitors to Prague a first-time opportunity to view art treasures of the Neoclassical and Biedermeier eras, from the rich collections of Hans-Adam II, the reigning Prince of Liechtenstein, accompanied by loans from state-owned Moravian chateaus. Superb portrait, landscape and genre paintings by noted Viennese artists – Heinrich Füger, Friedrich Amerling, Peter Fendi and Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller – attest to the role of the Princely Family as a leading patron, commissioner and collector of the arts. More than 260 works are showcased – paintings, sculpture, unique collections of Viennese hand-painted porcelain, architectural plans and furniture. The Prague exhibition also focuses on the former Liechtenstein estates in Moravia: the vedute, water-colour paintings of interiors and furniture, especially from the Liechtensteins’ country seats at Valtice and Lednice, provide an in-depth look at the life-style of this aristocratic family.

The exhibition is held under the patronage of Hans-Adam II, Prince of Liechtenstein, and Jan Fischer, Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, and Přemysl Sobotka, President of the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic.

Organized by the LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM Wien in partnership with the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague, with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic, The South Moravian Region and Austrian Cultural Forum Prague. The exhibition is held on the occasion of the renewal of diplomatic relations between the Principality of Liechtenstein and the Czech Republic.

Admission — Neoclassicism and Biedermeier exhibition. Waldstein Riding School


Regular admission 160 Kč
Reduced admission 90 Kč
Special admission 50 Kč
Combined admission regular (UPM+Waldstein R.S.) 190 Kč
Reduced admission reduced (UPM+Waldstein R.S.) 120 Kč
Guided tour in Czech language 500 Kč
Guided tour in English/German language 800 Kč

reduced admission

children and youth 10—18 years, students, senior citizens, disabled persons
holders of ISIC, ITIC, GO 25 cards, KPVU members, Syndicate of Fine Artists, Association of Fine Art Critics and Theoreticians, International Organisation of Fine Artists IAA/AIAP, AVP, INSEA
The claim must be accompanied by a valid certificate.
special admission: school groups pupils and students accompanied by a teacher , students of art schools and art history fields, journalists.
The claim must be accompanied by a valid certificate.

free entry
children under 10 years of age, teachers (max. 2 persons) accompanying a student group, guides accompanying a group of tourists, cardholders of AMG, NPÚ, ICOM, UHS.
The claim must be accompanied by a valid certificate.

Concerts of Classical Music held as part of the exhibition Neoclassicism and Biedermeier from the Collections of the Prince of Liechtenstein

September 30, October 7, and October 13, 2010 at 6 pm

Karel Vrtiška – piano
Ludwig van Beethoven, Sonata in C dur major,, Op. 2 ,No. 3
Sonata in Es dur major, Op. 27, No. 1

Music and Dance Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts (HAMU)
Martinů Hall
Liechtenstein Palais
Malostranské náměstí, No. 3, the Lesser Town, Prague

Tickets maybe purchased in advance from Ticketpro, Via musica, the Waldstein Riding School, or an hour before the concert at the Liechtenstein Palais (HAMU).

Admission) full 100 Kč, discounts 50 Kč

Organized by the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague, the Austrian Cultural Forum in Prague and the Music and Dance Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague

Waldstein Riding School

Opening hours)
Daily except Mondays, 10am – 6pm
Exception: October 5th—10am—5pm

Transportation)
3 Valdštejnská Street
Prague 1 – Malá Strana
Metro line A, Malostranská station
Trams Nos. 12, 18, 22 and 23, Malostranská stop

Related Links
Liechtenstein Museum)
Neoclassicism and Biedermeier from the collections of the Prince of Liechtenstein — Press Release)

Portrait of the Princess Marie Franziska von Liechtenstein (1834–1909)
Friedrich von Amerling (1803–1887)

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