Visit the Art History Museum while on tour in Vienna and explore the picture gallery!
Visitors who are fortunate enough to have the time on their hands to explore this wonderful museum can learn to appreciate old art.
Infanticide at Bethlehem (Bethlehemitscher Kindermord) was painted by Pieter Bruegel the Younger; this artist is one of Vienna's most celebrated painters and is admired by cultures from all over the world at this Art History Museum.
The Fall of Man (Der Sündenfall) by Michiel Coxcie is dated at 1550.
This famous Flemish painter was renowned for this piece of artwork depicting Adam and Eve, where Eve is picking the apple from the forbidden tree.
This painting is a clear illustration of the Original Sin.
Christian art was very popular in the 17th century. This painting by Gaspar de Crayer was from the year 1649.
This painting was painted by many renowned artists from all periods of time; it depicts when Jesus Christ was removed from the cross and everyone was mourning over him.
When you plan to visit the Art History Museum of Vienna for an hour in the afternoon, you wish you had more time because the vast amount of artwork in this building is beautiful and cannot be toured in only an hour!