Alongside our own museum with seasonal exhibitions in Loreto Sanctuary, The Czech Capuchin Province cooperates with other institutions. Some of the masterpieces from the Capuchin Collections are on long-term loans in major Czech and Moravian museums and galleries (National Gallery in Prague, the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague, the Moravian Gallery in Brno).
The Order of Friars Minor Capuchins also supports an interesting exhibition projects both in Czech republic and abroad by loans of artworks. Lending of significant exhibits is conditional on the strict observance of safety and climatic conditions of course, particularly in case of the most valuable parts of the Loreto Treasure the highest level of security is required.
The Capuchin Cycle at an exhibition in Clam-Gallas Palace
One of rare late-medieval paintings from the Capuchin Collections was loaned to the exhibition Six Hundred Years of Jan Hus and Husite Tradition in Prague History.
Chalice from Loreto on the exhibition Europa Jagellonica
The only late-medieval work of Loreto treasure has been loaned to an exceptional exhibition project Europa Jagellonica representing a representative cross section of the art of the late Gothic and early Renaissance in Central Europe.