Vast overview of art history in the centre of Vienna.

Vienna, Austria, Europe

The collection which now makes up the core of the Albertina Museum, has been housed in its current location, a grand Viennese palace in the first district, since 1805. Apart from an impressive graphics collection (over one million drawings and prints from the late Gothic to the present) the museum’s collection offers an expansive overview of 600 years of art history. From French impressionism and fauvism to works of expressionist artist groups and the Russian avant-garde and including numerous masterpieces by Picasso, Kiefer, and Lassnig, the museum is home to all pioneering ideas of the modern era and the present. More information here