The whole Slavic epic in Prague automatic translate
«Slavonic Epos», a cycle of 20 allegories, tracing the history of the Slavic peoples and partly inspired by mythology, the brush of the famous Czech modernist artist Alfons Mucha, began to be exhibited in the National Gallery in Prague. «Slavic epic» by Alfons Mucha, is the pinnacle of the artist’s work, who worked on this series for 18 years from 1910 to 1928.
Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939) is the most famous Czech artist of the 20th century. He achieved international fame at the beginning of the century thanks to his separatist arts and crafts.
Fly saw his goal in life in a project that he considered important. «Slavic epos» is a collection of twenty monumental canvases, over which he worked during the period from 1910 to 1928. The complete collection was presented to the public in Prague for the first time in 1928 on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the independence of the Czechoslovak state. This exhibition was held in the newly built courtyard of Veletrzni and now she again returned to this place today.
At present, the exposition is represented on the basis of the original arrangement of the Fly by the fly of the chronology of the Slavic epic. This mechanism allows us to identify the connections between the paintings, emphasizes the rhythm of the series, and also notes the main goals of this great work, in which Fly was investing in the measure of his abilities for many years. The thematic intervals of time of the Slavic epic stretch from an impressive vision of the early history of the Slavs and the veneration of pagan gods, to depicting real cultural and intellectually significant historical events, to seeing the intellectual significance of the Slavs for all mankind.