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Czech republic  |  October 07, 2010 12:25:05

Prague began moving Slav Epic


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MORAVIAN KRUMLOV (MEDIAFAX) - The City Gallery Prague on Thursday began moving from the Moravian Slav Epic Krumlov to Prague. Agency Mediafax Councillor Prague said Ondrej Pecha (ODS), which move on the first of the paintings came to see in person.

"The Moravian Krumlov castle restorers are present, gallery owners and all others who in the coming weeks will be moving a series of paintings by Alfons Mucha participate," said Pech, unless otherwise indicated.

Vice Mayor Thomas Third Moravian Krumlov (TOP 09) Mediafax agency said that the city government is just a gallery. "I do not have to say the whole thing," he said, with the town during the quarter probably issue a statement in which the situation with regard to moving screens to respond.

"City Moravian Krumlov yet retains all the action passive attitude. Not welcoming visitors from Prague or not against them in action," the mayor said earlier Moravian Krumlov Jaroslav Mokry (ODS).

Moving Epic decision enabled the South Moravian Regional Authority, which upheld the appeal of the City and repealed the provisional measures, which forbade the Moravian Krumlov handling Mucha Slav Epic. Practically both trailed and verdict of the District Court in Znojmo. At that Prague has succeeded with a proposal for an interim measure, which allows you to organize the Prague gallery for several months Slav Epic upcoming exhibition, subtitled "The Myth, history, vision" at the National Gallery in Prague at the Trade Fair Palace.

The Slav Epic gave Alphonse Mucha in Prague in 1928, but with the condition that it prepare for a dignified space. This has not happened yet and was therefore exposed to Epic in the Krumlov castle in the Moravian district of Znojmo. The Council of the City of Prague, but this year decided not to renew the lease on the Moravian Slav Epic Krumlov's term expired on the 30th June 2010.

Work that Mucha created 18 years, captures the history of the Slavs and financed him industrialist Charles R. Crane.

Despite the decision by their officials and Moravian Znojmo District Court and County Council maintains its view that the Slav Epic is to remain in Moravia. "Today, the Board will consider Southern Region very well with the petition of citizens of more than six thousand signatures, which also requires maintenance of Epic in the Moravian Krumlov," he told Mediafax captain Michal Hasek (CSSD).

Experts expect the case to drag on for very long. Relatives painter Alfons Mucha is determined to bring the action to establish ownership of the collection, which the artist donated Prague under the condition that for her to build a capital worthy stand. However, this has happened, and heirs of Alphonse Mucha therefore considered as a reference předkův unfulfilled and therefore invalid.

George Novacek, novacek@mediafax.cz

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