Ludvík Kuba Museum and Gallery in Březnice

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The building of the College is connected to the Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola and St. Francis Xavier on the square.


Březnice City Museum and Ludvík Kuba Gallery V koleji 1, 262 72 Březnice
326 531 595

In the first half of the 17th century, both early Baroque buildings were built by the then owner of the estate, Přibík Jeníšek of Újezda.Until the abolition of the Jesuit order in 1773, the college was the centre of cultural and social life in south-west Bohemia. The museum and gallery continue this tradition by organising exhibitions, concerts, lectures and other cultural events. There is the City Museum, the Ludvík Kuba Gallery, the Information Centre and a café.

The Březnice collection worthily represents a part of Kuba's wide painting oeuvre and is a great proof of the artist's love for the environment, people, landscape and life. In four cosy rooms, works with motifs from Březnice and South Bohemia, portraits, figures and genre paintings are exhibited. A painter's easel, a piano and period furniture complete the interior.

In the art salon you can see the works of other artists:

Alois Moravec, Bohumil Ullrych, Jan Rafael Schuster and Anna Sequens.

Distance from Příbram: 20 km.