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#kunstschatzi is back. ✨ Next Tuesday, 17 September, at 7 pm our doors will again open for an #artsynight and the disco ball will enlighten our Cupola Hall. 😃 Summertime is over, but the evening will still be dedicated to ‘Souvenirs, Souvenirs’. #kunstschatzi tours will lead through the Picture Gallery and in the Cupola Hall you can enjoy yourselves with music and drinks. Did you know, that with the annual pass you can get a “Skip the line” ticket? For all details follow the link in our bio now. Thanks to @dekappa.groenherz for sharing this pic! #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna

 #kunstschatzi is back. ✨ Next Tuesday, 17 September, at 7 pm our doors will again open for an #artsynight and the disco ball will enlighten our Cupola Hall. 😃 Summertime is over, but the evening will still be dedicated to ‘Souvenirs, Souvenirs’. #kunstschatzi tours will lead through the Picture Gallery and in the Cupola Hall you can enjoy yourselves with music and drinks. Did you know, that with the annual pass you can get a “Skip the line” ticket? For all details follow the link in our bio now.
Thanks to @dekappa.groenherz for sharing this pic! #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna

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2019-09-11 18:25:36

Do you remember ‚Spitzmaus Mummy in a Coffin and other Treasures ✨ Wes Anderson & Juman Malouf’? Next week it will be on view again! This time @fondazioneprada will be hosting this special exhibition. Will you go and see it? Photo: © Rafaela Proell #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna #spitzmausmummyinacoffin

Do you remember ‚Spitzmaus Mummy in a Coffin and other Treasures ✨ Wes Anderson & Juman Malouf’? Next week it will be on view again! This time @fondazioneprada will be hosting this special exhibition. Will you go and see it? 
Photo: © Rafaela Proell #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna #spitzmausmummyinacoffin

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2019-09-11 07:06:00

Pieter Bruegel the Elder died #onthisday 450 years ago. In his compositions, Bruegel has preserved for us his view of the society in which he lived. He courageously visualized various facets of both the life of his contemporaries and of modern society: many of the central themes in his work remain highly relevant today. And Pieter Bruegel the Elder founded a dynasty of painters: He was married to Mayken Coecke van Alst. Two of their sons also became painters: Pieter Brueghel the Younger (1564-1638) and Jan Brueghel the Elder (1568-1625). Further, some of their grandsons became painters. The different spellings of their name - ’Bruegel’ and ’Brueghel’, and sometimes even ’Breugel’ and ’Breughel’ – are somewhat confusing. In fact, they are all members of the same family and share a surname, although its spelling is not uniform. 👉One of our Highlight Stories contains a short genealogy: if you haven’t seen it yet, do have a look now! ✨ Detail of Pieter Bruegel the Elder, The Tower of Babel, 1563. #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna #bruegel #pieterbruegel

Pieter Bruegel the Elder died #onthisday 450 years ago. In his compositions, Bruegel has preserved for us his view of the society in which he lived. He courageously visualized various facets of both the life of his contemporaries and of modern society: many of the central themes in his work remain highly relevant today. And Pieter Bruegel the Elder founded a dynasty of painters: He was married to Mayken Coecke van Alst. Two of their sons also became painters: Pieter Brueghel the Younger (1564-1638) and Jan Brueghel the Elder (1568-1625). Further, some of their grandsons became painters. The different spellings of their name - ’Bruegel’ and ’Brueghel’, and sometimes even ’Breugel’ and ’Breughel’ – are somewhat confusing. In fact, they are all members of the same family and share a surname, although its spelling is not uniform. 👉One of our Highlight Stories contains a short genealogy: if you haven’t seen it yet, do have a look now! ✨
Detail of Pieter Bruegel the Elder, The Tower of Babel, 1563. #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna #bruegel #pieterbruegel

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2019-09-09 13:55:48

Let’s have a look up to the magnificent ceiling of the Egyptian and Near Eastern Collection. 👆 First of all: thanks to @oryschneor_fluteinwien for capturing and sharing! 🤩 The Egyptian and Near Eastern Collection is located on the Raised Ground Floor of #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna. Have you already been there? With its more than 17,000 objects, dating from a period of almost four thousand years, it is among the world’s most important collections of Egyptian antiquities. Our Egyptian and Near Eastern Collection is structured in four large areas: the development of writing, funerary cult, sculpture & relief and cultural history. As you can see from this picture, the rooms are magnificently decorated. This Egyptianesque design was part of the original plan of the architects, Gottfried Semper and Carl von Hasenauer. Unique is the reuse of three original Egyptian monolithic columns more than six metres in height instead of the marble pillars used to support the ceilings of the other halls. The columns, which had been excavated in Alexandria, were a gift to Emperor Francis Joseph I in 1869. Also worthy of note are the murals on paper, which lend the large first hall a special character. They are copies of mural paintings from the tomb of Prince Chnum-hetep at Beni Hassan in Middle Egypt and were made by Ernst Weidenbach for the Vienna International Exhibition of 1873. ✨ Fancy a glimpse on some of the objects on view here? Have a look into our Instagram Stories now!

Let’s have a look up to the magnificent ceiling of the Egyptian and Near Eastern Collection. 👆 First of all: thanks to @oryschneor_fluteinwien for capturing and sharing! 🤩
The Egyptian and Near Eastern Collection is located on the Raised Ground Floor of #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna. Have you already been there? With its more than 17,000 objects, dating from a period of almost four thousand years, it is among the world’s most important collections of Egyptian antiquities. Our Egyptian and Near Eastern Collection is structured in four large areas: the development of writing, funerary cult, sculpture & relief and cultural history. As you can see from this picture, the rooms are magnificently decorated. This Egyptianesque design was part of the original plan of the architects, Gottfried Semper and Carl von Hasenauer. Unique is the reuse of three original Egyptian monolithic columns more than six metres in height instead of the marble pillars used to support the ceilings of the other halls. The columns, which had been excavated in Alexandria, were a gift to Emperor Francis Joseph I in 1869. Also worthy of note are the murals on paper, which lend the large first hall a special character. They are copies of mural paintings from the tomb of Prince Chnum-hetep at Beni Hassan in Middle Egypt and were made by Ernst Weidenbach for the Vienna International Exhibition of 1873. ✨
Fancy a glimpse on some of the objects on view here? Have a look into our Instagram Stories now!

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2019-09-08 07:44:40

Fancy a look around the corner? 👉 Swipe! 😊 Many thanks to @rostie72 for this view into one of our hallways. ✨ Have a good start into an #artsyweekend. #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna #weloveourvisitors

Fancy a look around the corner? 👉 Swipe! 😊 Many thanks to @rostie72 for this view into one of our hallways. ✨ Have a good start into an #artsyweekend. #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna #weloveourvisitors

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2019-09-07 09:14:00

PREMIERE ✨ We already shared first insights into our upcoming exhibition ‘Caravaggio & Bernini’. Today, we have a very special announcement. 😃 A masterpiece by Artemisia Gentileschi will be on view to the public in a museum for the very first time: ‘Maria Magdalena’. It came to light in 2011. Until that moment, only a photography from the 1920ies had proven its existence. We are more than thrilled to welcome this painting soon here at #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna to be on view within ‘Caravaggio & Bernini’ ✨ Born in Rome in 1593, Artemisia was trained by her father Orazio Gentileschi, a distinguished follower of Caravaggio. She was an outstanding female artist, but many of her paintings have later been attributed to male artists. In recent years, the number of paintings attributed to Gentileschi has risen considerably. For the exhibition ‘Caravaggio & Bernini’ this loan from a private collector is especially valuable because it represents one of the female #barockstars 🙌 Artemisia Gentileschi (Rome 1593 – c. 1654 Naples), Mary Magdalene in Ecstasy, Rome or Venice, 1620–25 or 1630–35, Canvas, 81 × 105 cm, Private European collection, © Photo: Dominique Provost

PREMIERE ✨ We already shared first insights into our upcoming exhibition ‘Caravaggio & Bernini’. Today, we have a very special announcement. 😃 A masterpiece by Artemisia Gentileschi will be on view to the public in a museum for the very first time: ‘Maria Magdalena’. It came to light in 2011. Until that moment, only a photography from the 1920ies had proven its existence. We are more than thrilled to welcome this painting soon here at #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna to be on view within ‘Caravaggio & Bernini’ ✨ Born in Rome in 1593, Artemisia was trained by her father Orazio Gentileschi, a distinguished follower of Caravaggio. She was an outstanding female artist, but many of her paintings have later been attributed to male artists. In recent years, the number of paintings attributed to Gentileschi has risen considerably. For the exhibition ‘Caravaggio & Bernini’ this loan from a private collector is especially valuable because it represents one of the female #barockstars 🙌 Artemisia Gentileschi (Rome 1593 – c. 1654 Naples), Mary Magdalene in Ecstasy, Rome or Venice, 1620–25 or 1630–35, Canvas, 81 × 105 cm, Private European collection, © Photo: Dominique Provost

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2019-09-05 09:01:05

The view from our Cupola Hall to @nhmwien – our ‘twin’ 😉🙌 captured by @rostie72 😊🙏 Have a splendid Wednesday! #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna

The view from our Cupola Hall to @nhmwien – our ‘twin’ 😉🙌 captured by @rostie72 😊🙏
Have a splendid Wednesday!
 #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna

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2019-09-04 08:13:21

Did you know that you can also get married at #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna? 😊 Plan your wedding at the museum with an official wedding registrar, a special guided tour and an agape or dinner! Have a look at our Instagram Stories for more pics and swipe up for details. @weddingplannervienna @q_makeup @bridesscene Model: @vivianfrey Flowers by @Flowercompany_vienna Photos: @ivoryrose.photography

Did you know that you can also get married at #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna? 😊 Plan your wedding at the museum with an official wedding registrar, a special guided tour and an agape or dinner! Have a look at our Instagram Stories for more pics and swipe up for details.
@weddingplannervienna @q_makeup @bridesscene
Model: @vivianfrey
Flowers by @Flowercompany_vienna
Photos: @ivoryrose.photography

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2019-09-03 07:50:48

#helloautumn 🙌 From October on we will offer barrier-free guided tours on a weekly basis! ✨ Tours will start every Friday at 3 pm and last about one hour. Admission and tours are free, also for accompanying persons, but we kindly ask for your registration upfront: [email protected]khm.at 👉Tours in October: • 4 October: guided tour for visually impaired people • 11 October: guided tour for hearing-impaired visitors • 18 October: guided tour for people with cognitive impairment • 25 October: guided tour for visitors suffering from dementia #barrierfree #arteducation #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna

 #helloautumn 🙌 From October on we will offer barrier-free guided tours on a weekly basis! ✨ Tours will start every Friday at 3 pm and last about one hour. Admission and tours are free, also for accompanying persons, but we kindly ask for your registration upfront: rotraut.krall@khm.at
👉Tours in October: • 4 October: guided tour for visually impaired people
• 11 October: guided tour for hearing-impaired visitors
• 18 October: guided tour for people with cognitive impairment
• 25 October: guided tour for visitors suffering from dementia
 #barrierfree #arteducation #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna

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2019-09-01 12:25:42

#kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna through the lens of @stegram84 🤩 Have an artsy weekend everyone!

 #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna through the lens of @stegram84 🤩 Have an artsy weekend everyone!

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2019-08-31 08:23:55

More about our #barockstars 🤗 When he was still a child, Gian Lorenzo Bernini had come to Rome together with his father, in the year 1606. Pietro Bernini, sculptor himself, had come to build the Cappella Paolina for Pope Paul V. Borghese. Gian Lorenzo was later commissioned by Pope Urban VIII for the new interior of St Peter’s Basilica. Urban VIII was Bernini’s most important patronizer and regarded him as the ‘new Michelangelo’. ✨ One of the magnificent sculptures Bernini created is ‘The Ecstasy of St Teresa’ - for the Cornaro Chapel of Santa Maria della Vittoria in Rome. ✨ Bernini brought the moment of Teresa’s inner vision to life in an extraordinary way. He orchestrated this moment like a theatre setting. Did you already have the chance to see this masterpiece in Rome? We are very happy to soon welcome the terracotta figurine, that Bernini had done as ‘sketch’ for the sculpture. It will join us from the @hermitage_museum for the exhibition ‘Caravaggio & Bernini’ 😍 Gian Lorenzo Bernini (Naples 1598 – 1680 Rome), The Ecstasy of St Teresa (1515–1582), Rome, 1647 Terracotta, h. 47 cm, St Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum © St Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna

More about our #barockstars 🤗
When he was still a child, Gian Lorenzo Bernini had come to Rome together with his father, in the year 1606. Pietro Bernini, sculptor himself, had come to build the Cappella Paolina for Pope Paul V. Borghese. Gian Lorenzo was later commissioned by Pope Urban VIII for the new interior of St Peter’s Basilica. Urban VIII was Bernini’s most important patronizer and regarded him as the ‘new Michelangelo’. ✨
One of the magnificent sculptures Bernini created is ‘The Ecstasy of St Teresa’ - for the Cornaro Chapel of Santa Maria della Vittoria in Rome. ✨ Bernini brought the moment of Teresa’s inner vision to life in an extraordinary way. He orchestrated this moment like a theatre setting. Did you already have the chance to see this masterpiece in Rome? We are very happy to soon welcome the terracotta figurine, that Bernini had done as ‘sketch’ for the sculpture. It will join us from the @hermitage_museum for the exhibition ‘Caravaggio & Bernini’
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Gian Lorenzo Bernini (Naples 1598 – 1680 Rome), The Ecstasy of St Teresa (1515–1582), Rome, 1647
Terracotta, h. 47 cm, St Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum © St Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna

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2019-08-29 12:55:52

Some #behindthescenes from the installation of #greytime 🙌 If you want to see more of it stay tuned via @viennacontemporary today. 😉 Rumour has it, they will dedicate a #takeover to this contemporary exhibition at #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna 🤗

Some #behindthescenes from the installation of #greytime 🙌 If you want to see more of it stay tuned via @viennacontemporary today. 😉 Rumour has it, they will dedicate a #takeover to this contemporary exhibition at #kunsthistorischesmuseum #vienna 🤗

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2019-08-27 09:19:36

 

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