Hungarian Art Between 1896 and World War II @ National Gallery

  • 3 Nov 2020 9:37 AM
Hungarian Art Between 1896 and World War II @ National Gallery
Permanent exhibition: The central rooms on the second floor of the museum give place to the twentieth-century art which presents the most decisive artists and endeavours from the period between the turn of the century and the end of World War II.

In the section concentrating on art between 1896 and 1945, about 150 paintings, 30 sculptures and 200 medals are on display.

Next to the selection of paintings, sculptures and medals, art works lent by the Museum of Applied Arts are also exhibited.

These are masterpieces of the turn of the century and the Bauhaus, mainly of periods in which artists worked in the spirit of the “Gesamstkunstwerk” and tried their skills in various genres: painting, pottery, furniture and tapestry design.

Tickets: 
HUF 3,200

Phone: 
+36 1 201 9082 | +36 20 439 7331 | +36 20 439 7325

Venue: 
Hungarian National Gallery, Building C, 2nd floor
1014 Budapest, Szent György tér 2.

More: 
mng.hu


Photo courtesy of the organisers

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