The National Gallery in Prague is the biggest art exhibiting organisation in the Czech Republic. Its purpose is to acquire, collect, preserve and display works of art and sculpture and make sure they are protected, documented and catalogued. One of its most important tasks is to do research work in graphic art and sculpture and publish its results.
The works are organised in five collections: Old Masters; Modern and Contemporary Art; 19th-century Art; Prints and Drawings; and Oriental Art. The Various collections reside in six historical buildings of Prague. Each of the collections displays temporary exhibitions as well as its permanent collection.
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