26 June 2013 - 29 September 2013
The Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, by way of a continuation of its exhibition presenting Gustav Klimt and the early Secession offers an insight into the work of the most outstanding artist of the following generation: Egon Schiele, and through his contemporaries into the development of Viennese Expressionism, the school that superseded Jugendstil.
Renaissance Drawings and Prints from the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest
14 November 2013 - 16 February 2014
Raphael, the youngest of the famous Renaissance triad including Leonardo and Michelangelo, made an exceptionally deep impression on Italian art. Despite of his short career spanning barely two decades, no artist remained untouched by his influence.