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Exhibition of Mucha’s posters in Prague

Apr 10, 2013Sep 10, 2013

An exhibition of original posters by Alphonse Mucha from the collection of the famous tennis player Ivan Lendl in Prague.

The name of the eminent Czech painter Alphonse Mucha is inherently linked with Art Nouveau. And it is precisely in the enchanting Art Nouveau interiors of the Municipal House in Prague that the former tennis star Ivan Lendl will be exhibiting 116 posters from his collection. Lendl has the posters on display at home and occasionally lends some works out to large exhibitions held around the world. The collection will be exhibited as a whole for the first time in Prague.

Address

Prague's Municipal House

GPS: 50.087623, 14.428249

www.lendl-mucha.com

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