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Albertina, Vienna

The Albertina is the largest Habsburg residential palace and a popular art gallery in Vienna, with over 50,000 drawings and one million prints dating from Late Gothic to contemporary.

The Albertina is the largest Habsburg residential palace and a popular art gallery in Vienna, with over 50,000 drawings and one million prints dating from Late Gothic to contemporary. The building is an experience in itself, with the 21 majestic Habsburg Staterooms furnished in stately elegance creating a sight to behold. The opulent Hall of the Muses has gilded doors opening to life-sized sandstone sculptures of Apollo and the nine Muses with marble finish. The Albertina is home to a valuable art collection, with the Masterworks of Modern Art collection showcasing works by French Impressionists such as Monet, Renoir, and Cézanne, German Expressionists of Die Brücke, Surrealists including Joan Miró, and René Magritte as well as Modernists such as Picasso. The graphic arts collection here is considered to be one of the greatest in the world, ranging from artists such as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael to Rembrandt and Andy Warhol. Highlights of the Albertina's collections include Dürer's Hare, Monet's Water Lily Pond, Magritte's The Enchanted Spot, Chagall's The Kite, Degas' Dancers and Renoir's Girl.


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About Albertina

 Albertinaplatz 1, Wien-Innere Stadt, Austria

 +43 1 534830

 www.albertina.at

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