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The Albertina Museum, Vienna

The year 1776 saw Duke Albert of Saxe-Teschen begin assembling a graphic arts collection that, in 1919, would be taken over by the Austrian state together with the palace that housed it as a museum for art ranging from Renaissance masterpieces to contemporary works.
Today’s ALBERTINA museum is deliberately positioned as something of a Janus-faced institution: the renovated and authentically re-furnished staterooms stand for the princely lifestyle once maintained at this former Habsburg residence, while the ALBERTINA museums large-scale temporary exhibitions plus its permanent presentation of modernist and contemporary paintings attest to its character as a thoroughly modern museum.

Source: albertina.at
Albertinaplatz, 1
Exhibitions
Museum's collection
Georg Basel. Untitled
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Georg Basel
2006
Georg Basel. On the old Ural plant
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Georg Basel
1999
Roy Liechtenstein. Glass and lemon in a mirror
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Roy Liechtenstein
1972, 132.1×106.7 cm
Pablo Picasso. Two friends
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Pablo Picasso
1965
Pablo Picasso. Nude seated in an armchair
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Pablo Picasso
1963
Georg Basel. What a night fell
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Georg Basel
1963
Georg Basel. How it began
1
Georg Basel
1958
Pablo Picasso. The landscape on the Mediterranean sea
6
Pablo Picasso
1952, 81×125 cm
Pablo Picasso. David and Bathsheba (inspired by Cranach)
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Pablo Picasso
1949, 64×49 cm
Joan Miro. Woman in front of the sun
2
Joan Miro
1949
Pablo Picasso. The woman in the green hat
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Pablo Picasso
1947
Joan Miro. Birds and insects
1
Joan Miro
1938
Joan Miro. Metamorphosis
3
Joan Miro
1936
Kazimir Malevich. A man in a Suprematist landscape
5
Kazimir Malevich
1930, 98×78 cm
Claude Monet. The house among the roses
1
Claude Monet
1925
Oskar Kokoschka. Augustus Bridge in Dresden
2
Oskar Kokoschka
1923
Oskar Kokoschka. Small landscape on the Thames
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Oskar Kokoschka
1923
Amedeo Modigliani. Girl in a chemise
2
Amedeo Modigliani
1919, 100×65 cm
Claude Monet. Pond with water lilies
2
Claude Monet
1919, 100×200 cm
Egon Schiele. Portrait of the artist's wife
2
Egon Schiele
1917
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