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number 11 in the city


Local name: Albertina

Albertina is a gallery founded in 1768 in Vienna by Prince Albert Sasko-Cieszyński and his wife, Archduchess of Austria Maria Krystyna. The gallery is one of the largest graphic collections in the world. As part of permanent exhibitions, Albertina exhibits interesting art trends from the last 130 years: from French impressionism, through German expressionism, to Russian avant-garde, up to the present.

Albertina's collection consists of about 50,000 drawings, etchings, watercolors and over 1.5 million engravings. The catalog includes 43 drawings by Rafael, 70 Rembrandt, 145 Dürer (the largest collection in the world) and 150 works by Egon Schiele. In addition, here are presented: Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Rubens, Monet, Bosch, Rauschenberg, Bruegel, Degas, Cézanne, Picasso, Matisse, Klimt and Kokoschka. In Albertina, there are also architectural collections and newly founded photo collections, including Helmut Newton, Lisette Model, presented at temporary exhibitions.


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Albertina map
Albertinaplatz 11010 Vienna , Austria