Many artists such as Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez are featured at the Art History Museum in Vienna for the public to appreciate and admire.
Automat in Gestalt eines Schiffes by Hans Schlottheim is a beautiful and elegant ship made of gold with lovely decorated painted masts.
At the Kunsthistorisches Museum, you will find many ancient artifacts that have been so well preserved for us to admire and appreciate for generations to come.
You can find Venetian, Flemish, Netherlandish, and German Renaissance paintings from the 16th and 17th century in one of the rooms of the Picture Gallery at the Art History Museum in Vienna.
16th and 17th century artists’ work including Titian, Veronese, Tintoretto, Rubens, Van Dyck, van Eyck, Weyden, Durer and Cranach can be found among the lovely paintings at the Picture Gallery section of the museum.
It is recommended to come early to visit the museum on Maria Theresien Platz so that you avoid queues and crowds and enjoy the artwork in peace.
The wealth and power of older European culture is portrayed in the artwork and paintings of artists from those days.
The museum features fascinating works of art surrounded by the most creative and unique interior design and architecture.
The artists of the newer centuries have a fascinating way of carving and sculpting works of art out of stone material.
Scripture and writings are often illustrated on ancient artworks from the different cultures featured in the Art History Museum of Vienna.
The Kunsthistorisches Museum features art from Greek, Roman and Egyptian ancient civilizations.
This pot was a Greek artifact so beautifully crafted and designed.
Hans Schlottheim did a great job using his creativity and talent to create this truly spectacular work of art and this is now featured at the Art History Museum in Vienna!