On Sunday, ending Strahov reprise of the exhibition In that housel Thou art all runishly
NEWS | 18. 3. 2018
Until Sunday, May 20, visitors will be able to view an exhibition of Strahov Monastery In that housel Thou art all runishly. In Prague and ends its journey in the Czech Republic, which began in March last year in the Olomouc Archdiocesan Museum.
The Olomouc Museum, as co-organizer, also participates in the Strahov exhibition. For visitors, the curators prepared several news items that were not seen in Olomouc or Pilsen.
"From the medieval works there will be a new unique late Gothic painting The Last Supper from Rokycany or the Statue of Resting Christ from the South Moravian Museum in Znojmo," lists Helena Zápalková.
News await visitors as well as younger exhibits. "After a demanding restoration, a large-screen canvas, not yet shown, showing a view of Jerusalem from a birds eye view, where the story of the Passion of Christ takes place in the maze of the streets of the city or its walls. From the immediate vicinity visitors will be able to see for the first time also the statue of the Victorious Christ from the tombstone of the Strahov Abbot and the Archbishop of Prague, Jan Lohel, "says Zápalková.