Monet, Gauguin, Szinyei Merse, Rippl-Rónai exhibition at the National Gallery

Yes, you actually read the title correctly; these and other famous painters’ work are exhibited at the National Gallery in Budapest until 13 October 2013! The exhibition is special in several ways. First of all, this is the reunited Museum of Fine Arts’ and National Gallery’s first common exhibition. The other reason is, the Israel […]

Museum of Fine Arts: The way you live / Honoré Daumier (1808-1879)

If you visit the Museum of Fine Arts before 7 April, you can in addition to the permanent exhibitions see the Honoré Daumier temporary exhibition with the artist’s graphic collections. The title of the exhibition is: “The way you live.” The museum’s collection includes Daumier earliest pages, political cartoons from the 1830s, which were made […]

El Greco to Rippl-Rónai

The Museum of Fine Arts has a fine exhibition going currently named: “El Greco to Rippl-Rónai.” This is an exhibition is a tribute to Marcell Jánoshalmi Nemes who was one of the most significant art collectors in early twentieth-century Hungary, as well as one of its most contradictory figures, whose extensive activities as both an […]

Fernando Botero: Museum of Fine Arts

A new temporary exhibition was launched at the Museum of Fine Arts at the Heroes Square in Budapest yesterday. In my eyes this seems to be a quite family friendly exhibition, as the paintings made by Fernando Botero looks both funny, interesting and quite cool. Fernando Botero is a Latin American contemporary painter. Fernando Botero’s […]