Book your travel to Vienna with cryptocurrency and explore Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien and Leopold Museum.

XcelTrip|2 min read|Dec 12, 2020

Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien was opened in 1891. Its rooms feature countless masterpieces of Western art, including Rafael’s Madonna in the Green, portraits of Infantine Velasquez’s brush, creations by Vermeer, Rubens, Rembrandt, Durer, Titian, and Tintoretto.

The Kunsthistorisches Museum (Kunsthistorisches Museum), like its twin brother, the Natural History Museum, was designed by the architects Gottfried Semper and Karl von Hasenauer to house the imperial collections. It was opened in 1891. Today is one of the largest art museums in the world.

The museum has the largest collection of paintings by Bruegel in the world. Collections dedicated to the ancient world and the art of ancient Egypt and the East amazes us with mysterious cultures of the past.

Leopold Museum.

The new Leopold Museum, located in the Museum Quarter not far from the Hofburg, presents to the public hundreds of masterpieces of Austrian modernism, collected by an avid art fan, Dr. Rudolf Leopold.

The Leopold Museum is a treasury of Vienna’s Modernism, its Art Workshop and Expressionism. The Museum Quarter is the most visited establishment, in the most popular cultural area of ​​the city. The museum houses the most significant and the largest collection of Egon Schiele’s works in the world. As well as masterpieces by Gustav Klimt. The Leopold Museum also exhibits unique exhibits by artists of the Vienna Workshop — from Josef Hoffmann to Koloman Moser.

The white shell rock cube filled with light, having four floors with a total area of ​​5,400 m², attracts visitors not only with permanent exhibits, but also with interesting thematic exhibitions. The Leopold Museum shows some of Leopold’s masterworks, including the Lake Attersee and the Morning by the Pond. The Gesamtkunstwerk “is a permanent exhibition” The artwork of the Wiener Werkstätte and Hollywood’s Alfred Kubin, Richard Gerstl, Oskar Kokoschka, Eros Schiele and many others.

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