Pieter Bruegel in Vienna

The Museum of Fine Arts (Kunsthistorisches Museum) in Vienna will host the most fantastic Pieter Bruegel exhibition ever in the period between October 2nd (2018) and January 13th (2019).  During this amazing event in the most famous of all museums in Vienna, you can see more than half of the extant works of Pieter Bruegel the …

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Peter Paul Rubens in the Museum of Fine Arts

Did you know that the Museum of Fine Arts (Kunsthistorisches museum) owns more than 40 works by Peter Paul Rubens and his workshop? From October 2017 you can see these and even more paintings on a special Rubens exhibition in the museum. Peter Paul Rubens is without a doubt one of the greatest Flemish painters …

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Three birthday exhibitions in the Museum of Fine Art

The Museum of Fine Arts in Vienna is celebrating its 125 year anniversary in 2016. This celebration now continues with an exhibition in three parts giving information about the year of the inauguration of the museum, 1891. It was on October 17th in 1891 that Emperor Franz Joseph officially opened, or inaugurated, the Museum of …

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Exhibition on celebration

The Museum of Fine Arts in Vienna is celebrating 125 years in 2016 and they are celebrating it with an exhibition portraying the history of celebration, or something like that! On this special occasion they have borrowed some fantastic works of arts from for example Prado in Madrid and from Victoria and Albert Museum in …

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The masterpieces of the Renaissance

The exhibition ‘Realms of Imagination: Albert Altdorfer and the Expressivity of Art around 1500’ will be shown at the Kunsthistorisches Museum from the middle of March to the middle of June in 2015. This major exhibition focuses on the most beautiful and striking paintings north of the Alps. The exhibition shows paintings from the 1500 …

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Emperor Charles V Captures Tunis

The exhibition ‘Emperor Charles V Captures Tunis’ is shown at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna until the end of September in 2015. At the exhibition visitors have the chance to recall a little piece of history through various paintings. The exhibition shows the documentary on the war to reconquer the Kingdom of Tunis from the …

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Velázquez – Exhibition

Diego Velázquez was a Spanish painter and he was the leading artist of Philip IV. He is one of the most important and most outstanding painters of the Spanish Golden Age. He was truly an individualistic Baroque painter of that time. He is best known for his portraits. He worked for and painted portraits of …

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Giuseppe Arcimboldo in Museum of Fine Arts

The Kunsthistorisches Museum was founded in 1891 in Vienna, Austria. It is a well known museum and has a rich collection of paintings and other artworks. Giuseppe Arcimboldo Giuseppe Arcimboldo was an italian painter who was born in 1527 in Milan, Italy and died in 1593. He is best known for painting imaginary portraits out …

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Gustav Klimt in Museum of Fine Arts

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birthday of Gustav Klimt on July 14, 2012, the Kunsthistorisches Museum will showcase its important wall paintings designed and executed by the celebrated painter and draughtsman. Gustav Klimt is a painter most of us love and we have all seen his pictures around, either in IKEA, or in …

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