Lecture Series

For the programmes of the actual year please visit the side "Current Programmes and General Information - 2015"

30 September and 14 October 2014: special lectures with Music Historian Tamás Zelinka and Art Historians Krisztina Mácsay.

From 20 September to 25 October 2014: The hungarian and the international painting from the classicism to the years after 1945. Art lecture series in the Museum of Fine Arts and in the Hungarian National Gallery.

'Pictures and Music - special lectures with Music Historian Tamás Zelinka and Art Historians
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13 September 2013: Greek philosopher portraits - Introduction by Árpád Miklós Nagy
10 October 2013: Lorenzo Costa: Venus (1515-'18) - Introduction by Axel Vécsey
14 November 2013: Barend van Orley: V. Charles - Introduction by Júlia Tátrai
29 Novemer 2013: Alonso Cano: Portrait of Infant Don Baltasar Carlos - Introduction by Adriána Lantos

'Art and Society in Ancient Egypt'
7 September 2013: special lecture by dr. Éva Liptay
21 Spetember 2013: special lecture by András Gulyás
5 October 2013: special lecture by dr. István Nagy
26 October 2013: special lecture by Kata Endreffy
9 Novemer 2013: special lecture by dr. Katalin Kóthay

’Creation, Transformation and Rebirth in Ancient Egypt’
9 June 2012: special lecture by Egyptoligist András Gulyás
5 May 2012: special lecture by Egyptoligist dr. István Nagy
24 March 2012: special lecture by Egyptologist Éva Liptay

Highlights Tour’ – participants could visit 5 permanent exhibitions with an expert guide
18 November 2011: Italian Collection, 16th century paintings with Axel Vécsey
28 October, 19 February 2011: Dutch Collection with István Németh
13 October, 5 March, 2011: Spanish Collection with Éva Nyerges
30 September 2011: Italian Collection, 13th – 14th century artworks with Vilmos Tátrai
29 January, 2011: Flemish, German and Austrian Collection with Annamária Gosztola

‘My Favourite Artwork’ – 11 lecturers introduced altogether 15 artworks of the Museum of Fine Arts (3 in 2011, 7 in 2010 and 5 in 2009).
23 August 2011 – Zsuzsa Gonda: Daumier: The Side-Show
26 July 2011 – Éva Liptay: The magic wand (Egyptian Collection)
5 July 2011 – Árpád Miklós Nagy: The Battle at Actium (Classical Antiquities)
17 April 2010 – Dóra Sallay: Renaissance alter-piece by Biagio d’Antonio?
10 April 2010 – Miriam Szőcs: Franz Xaver Messerschmidt's Character heads series
27 March 2010: Zoltán Kárpáti: Leonardo da Vinci's pastel sketches titled Studies for the Battle of Anghiari
6 March 2010 – Árpád Miklós Nagy: The jewel amulets from the Roman ages
27 February 2010 – Axel Vécsey: The painting of Cornelis van Poelenburgh
20 February 2010 – Máté Petrik: The terracotta small sculpture from the 17th century BC.

6 February 2010 - Mónika Kumin: Vera Molnar: Variations Sainte-Victoire
21 November 2009 – Vilmos Tátrai: Bronzino: The Adoration of the Shepherds
7 November 2009 - Kata Bodor: 10-piece-work made by Orlik titled From Japan
17 October 2009 - István Németh: The Penitent Maria Magdalene by El Greco
3 October, 2009 - Éva Liptay: The sarcophagi of Amon-priests26 September 2009 - Árpád Miklós Nagy: Marble tomb made in Athens in about 330 B.C.