In the years 1826 to 1828 Mánes painted Okoř on several occasions. In the collections of the National Gallery are three canvases with this motif. In contrast to earlier views, this painting does not show the entire ruins, only the old living quarters with the stone bridge. It was done after plein-air sketches, amalgamated at the studio to give an idyllic landscape. The light tone of the picture, all in ochre hues, and the detailed elaboration of individual elements emphasize the artistic qualities of the painting.