Palace of Art

Palace of Art


Budapest, Hungary (HU)
The Palace of Art or Hall of Art (Műcsarnok in Hungarian) is an art museum in Budapest, located in Heroes' Square, facing the Museum of Fine Arts.

It was built in 1895, by the plans of Albert Schickedanz and Fülöp Herzog, in eclectic-neoclassical style. As the greatest exhibition hall in Hungary, it exhibits representative works of art of Hungarian as well as other artists and it regularly organizes themed exhibitions (like that of Dalí in the picture).

Temporary exhibitions offer a glimpse of the achievements of contemporary Hungarian and foreign artists in fine arts, applied arts, photography, design, and the latest art trends.
The Palace of Art or Hall of Art (Műcsarnok in Hungarian) is an art museum in Budapest, located in Heroes' Square, facing the Museum of Fine Arts.

It was built in 1895, by the plans of Albert Schickedanz and Fülöp Herzog, in eclectic-neoclassical style. As the greatest exhibition hall in Hungary, it exhibits representative works of art of Hungarian as well as other artists and it regularly organizes themed exhibitions (like that of Dalí in the picture).

Temporary exhibitions offer a glimpse of the achievements of contemporary Hungarian and foreign artists in fine arts, applied arts, photography, design, and the latest art trends.
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Links: en.wikipedia.org
By: kjfitz

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