Josef Fousek je písničkář a spisovatel a byl na Zámku Manětín ve Velkém sále.
Josef Fousek is a singer-songwriter and writer at Manětín Castle in Main hall.
In the main hall are two large representative family portraits by Dutch painter Philip Christian Bentum (1690–1757) from the first third of the 18th century.  To the right of the door is depicted Count Václav Josef Lažanský (1674–1715) with his sons Maxmilián Václav (1710–1776) and Karel Josef (1712–1750), in the background depicting himself the painter Bentum and the educator of the family. To his left is his spouse Marie Gabriela, surrounded by the daughters Marie Anna (1713 - 1764) and Mary Joseph (1715–1760) and the director of the estate. Behind the countess is a black servant in a turban. 
The allegorical ceiling fresco in the main hall was painted in 1730 by František Julius Lux (1702–1764). In the middle, three women float on the clouds. In red is the personification of Love, which holds a blazing heart. In the middle is God's providence with God's eye. A lady in blue holding a pillar is a symbol of Power. Next to it there are two winged figures who pour out of the amphora luck on the coat of arms of the Czernin and Martinic families, from which the parents of Maria Gabriela came. On the other side are the coat-of-arms of the Lažanský family and the Barons of Spandtkau  (Paris of Spankov ), from which the mother of Václav Josef Lažanský, Anna Alžběta, came. Allegories of four seasons were painted in the corners of the ceiling fresco. Two girls represent spring. One pours water from a pitcher, the other holds a parrot. Summer depicts a girl in a straw hat holding a sheaf of grain and a sickle and a woman with a parasol of white and red feathers. Autumn posing topless girl with apple god of wine Bakchus with grapes and pot. The winter is symbolized by the winged god of time and death Kronos (Saturn) with a scythe and a woman in a red-blue and black mask as a symbol of the period of balls and social pleasures. Between these pairs of characters are in the corners of the field with mythological scenes, which only loosely related to the seasons. The spring depicts the flight of Zeus to the eagle, the summer of Europe with Dio turned into a bull, the autumn of Poseidon, and finally the winter, Daidal's flight and the fall of Ikar. The hall is currently also used as a wedding and concert hall.