Thursday, 19 June 2014

Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest - the permanent collection

 
 

Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest. We enjoyed our visit to the Museum: there was a Toulouse Lautrec exhibition which was fun, the 20th century collection was very interesting, and I spent a long time looking for Jael and Sisera by Artemisia Gentileshi which I knew was part of their permanent collection and I was very keen to see it. So, not much time to have a look at the rest of their collection, but here is a very small sample:



 
Paul Gauguin, The Black Pigs, 1891
 

 
 

 
Claude Monet, Breakwater at Trouville, Low Tide, 1870
 


 
 


Pierre Bonnard, Dining Room at Grand-Lemps, 1899




 
Gustave Courbet, The Spring in Fouras (A Painter with his Model), 1863
 
  
 

 
Gustave Courbet, The Blonay Castle, 1875
 
 
 
 


Pieter Bruegel the Elder, The Sermon of Saint John the Baptist





 
Rembrandt Van Rijn, Scholar at a Table with Books and Candlestick, 1642
 
 
 


Rembrandt Van Rijn, Joseph's Dream, 1650s




 
Jan Jansz Van der Velde, Still Life with an Orange and Glasses, 1651
 
 
 
 

 
Pieter de Hooch, A Woman Reading a Letter by Window, 1664
 
 
 

 

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