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Lentos Museum of Modern Art (Linz)
The museum's permanent collection includes a collection of Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele. In German and English.
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Museum der Moderne Salzburg (MdM) (Salzburg)
Official Website of the Museum of Modern - Museum der Moderne (MdM) in Salzburg also named the “Albertina of the West”, its collections listing notably works of Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt, Edvard Munch and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec among others… In English and German.
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Galerie bei der Albertina (Wien)
The official Website of the Galerie bei der Albertina, which specialises in Austrian art from the 20th Century up to modern day, and whose founder, Christa Zetter, has always focused on high-quality art works from the Art Nouveau period, as well as work from the Wiener Werkstätte. In German and English.
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Kovacek Spiegelgasse (Wien)
The Kovacek Spiegelgasse Gallery presents glass objects, notably from Jugenstil era. In German and English.
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Art-trade Wienerroither & Kohlbacher (Wien)
The Art-trade Wienerroither & Kohlbacher presents modern art works, notably som drawings from G. Klimt and paintings from K. Moser. In German and English.
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Ruberl Gallery (Wien)
The main focus of the Gallery's programme is the classic mordern and most of all about Oskar Kokoschka. In German and English.
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Gallery Giese & Schweiger (Wien)
The Giese & Schweiger gallery displays works from the beginning of the XXth century, notably from G. Klimt, O. Kokoschka and E. Schiele. In German and English.
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Hofmobiliendepot - Vienna Furniture Museum  (Wien)
The official Website of the Hofmobiliendepot - Möbel Museum Wien, which dedicates two rooms of its permanent exhibition for examples of Viennese Modernism. There are notably several chairs by Joseph Maria Olbrich, pieces designed by Otto Wagner, but also a bentwood armchair by Joseph Hoffmann, as well as realisations of his student Josef Hoffmann. In German, English and Italian.
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The Klimt Villa (Wien)
The Website of the Klimt Villa in Vienna's 13th district, that Gustav Klimt used as a studio from 1911 until his death in 1918. In German and English.
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Burgtheater (Wien)
The Burgtheater hosts a "Klimt room" which presents Valuable sketches, and notably the artist's only self-portrait, that Gustav Klimt created for the ceiling paintings above the grand staircase of the Burg­theater, discovered in the attic of the theatre in the late 1990s. In German, English and French.
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Kunsthistorisches Museum (Art History Museum) (Wien)
The stairwell of the Kunsthistorisches Museum host 40 spandrel paintings and other decorative works of Gustav Klimt and the Matsch brothers, which depict the history of art and applied arts from their ancient Egyptian beginnings to the modern age. In German and English.
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Museum Postsparkasse (Wien)
A Webpage of the Wien Tourisme office dedicated to the Imperial-Royal Post Office Savings Bank, built between 1904 and 1912 by Otto Wagner. In German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Romanian and Japanese.
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Wagner:Werk Museum Postsparkasse (Wien)
The official Website of the Otto Wagner’s Postal Savings Bank, which ranks among the key works of European Modernity and Viennese art around 1900. A biography of the master is also available on the Website In English and German.
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Otto Wagner Pavillon Karlplatz (Wien)
The Website of the Vienna Museum presents the Otto Wagner Pavillon Karlplatz, jewel of Art Nouveau, which hosts now a permanent exhibition documenting Otto Wagner. In German and English.
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Otto Wagner's Stadtbahn Pavilion (Wien)
A webpage of the Vienna tourisme office dedicated to the Otto Wagner's Stadtbahn Pavilion. In German, English, Italian, Rumanian and Japanese.
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Steinhof Church (Kirche am Steinhof) (Wien)
A Webpage of the Vienna tourisme office dedicated to the Steinhof Church, prime example of Viennese Art Nouveau architecture built between 1904 and 1907. In German, English and Italian.
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Art Nouveau (Jugendstil) in Vienna (Wien)
Impressive pictures gallery (Blog) created by a passionate presenting Art Nouveau in Vienna, displaying a lot of emblematic Art Nouveau buildings. In English.
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Woka Lamps Vienna (Wien)
The official Webiste of lamps designer, which explains the historical evolution of commercial craftsmanship in Vienna and offers numerous biographies and buildings presentations. In German and English.
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Karolinsky Archive (Wien)
Very impressive pictures archives about applied arts in Vienna early 20th century. It consist of about 7500 images, mainly from designs by Josef Hoffmann and the artists close to the Wiener Werkstaette. In German and English.
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Zum Schwarzen Kameel (Wien)
Renowned restaurant since XIXth century with a Jugendstil decor of pale yellow ceramic. In German.
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