Lecture Series

'Pictures and Music - special lectures with Music Historian Tamás Zelinka and Art Historians'
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.