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Are you enjoying the sweet fruits of summer? 🍇🍑🍏The little monkey in Jan Fyt’s painting seems to do so by only looking at them. 🐒 He is depicted here as substitute for us spectators. And, as often done in Dutch artworks, he symbolizes the sense of taste.  Combining a still life with a landscape setting, or even the depiction of a town as done here, is typical for Flemish paintings. The town depicted is Antwerp, where Jan Fyt was born, studied and worked. One of his most important teachers was Frans Snyders. He is also famous for contributing details like fruits and animals in Rubens paintings. So, this all in all is just the perfect masterpiece for a #FlemishFriday 😃 Jan Fyt, Still Life with Fruit and Monkey, c. 1653. © The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #akademiegalerie #academyoffinearts #vienna #paintingsgallery #stilllife #fruit #monkey #arthistory #janfyt #museum #wien
Are you enjoying the sweet fruits of summer? 🍇🍑🍏The little monkey in Jan Fyt’s painting seems to do so by only looking at them. 🐒 He is depicted here as substitute for us spectators. And, as often done in Dutch artworks, he symbolizes the sense of taste. Combining a still life with a landscape setting, or even the depiction of a town as done here, is typical for Flemish paintings. The town depicted is Antwerp, where Jan Fyt was born, studied and worked. One of his most important teachers was Frans Snyders. He is also famous for contributing details like fruits and animals in Rubens paintings. So, this all in all is just the perfect masterpiece for a #FlemishFriday  😃 Jan Fyt, Still Life with Fruit and Monkey, c. 1653. © The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #akademiegalerie  #academyoffinearts  #vienna  #paintingsgallery  #stilllife  #fruit  #monkey  #arthistory  #janfyt  #museum  #wien 
The artist of this ink drawing is unknown. But it could have been Jean Cousins who created it. In any way we think it is beautiful and hence chose it to be the third depiction of the Assumption of Mary to share with you. The scene of Mary ascending was often depicted in art history. Isn’t it interesting how different it is shown by the various artists? ✨
Unknown Artist (Jean Cousins?), The Assumption of Mary, Drawing Ink. #assumptionofmary #akademiegalerie #kupferstichkabinett #academyoffinearts #vienna
The artist of this ink drawing is unknown. But it could have been Jean Cousins who created it. In any way we think it is beautiful and hence chose it to be the third depiction of the Assumption of Mary to share with you. The scene of Mary ascending was often depicted in art history. Isn’t it interesting how different it is shown by the various artists? ✨ Unknown Artist (Jean Cousins?), The Assumption of Mary, Drawing Ink. #assumptionofmary  #akademiegalerie  #kupferstichkabinett  #academyoffinearts  #vienna 
As promised yesterday we are showing you another depiction of the Assumption of Mary from our collections. It is an oil sketch by no other than Anthonis van Dyck. And that is very rare. Van Dyck usually used drawings as sketch for his paintings and altarpieces. In this case he decided to do an oil sketch. But it is still not clear, which painting van Dyck created this sketch for. So far, we do not know of an altarpiece that would match it. Yet art historians do point out that the artist usually created such sketches only for paintings or altarpieces. So, this artwork remains a bit mysterious… Anthonis van Dyck, Assumption of Mary, c. 1630 (cropped). © The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #assumptionofmary #akademiegalerie #anthonisvandyck #vandyck #academyoffinearts #vienna
As promised yesterday we are showing you another depiction of the Assumption of Mary from our collections. It is an oil sketch by no other than Anthonis van Dyck. And that is very rare. Van Dyck usually used drawings as sketch for his paintings and altarpieces. In this case he decided to do an oil sketch. But it is still not clear, which painting van Dyck created this sketch for. So far, we do not know of an altarpiece that would match it. Yet art historians do point out that the artist usually created such sketches only for paintings or altarpieces. So, this artwork remains a bit mysterious… Anthonis van Dyck, Assumption of Mary, c. 1630 (cropped). © The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #assumptionofmary  #akademiegalerie  #anthonisvandyck  #vandyck  #academyoffinearts  #vienna 
On occasion of tomorrow’s feast day, we will show you three different depictions of the Assumption of Mary. ✨ Today we start the row with this Assumption of Mary by Albrecht Dürer, which was done by Dürer for the woodcut series „The Life of Mary“. Dürer used this technique wisely in a time when letterpress printing was very new. One of the many changes this medium brought is the new possibility for artists to reproduce and sell their artwork. Stay tuned tomorrow for another depiction of the Assumpation of Mary, totally different not only in terms of the technique chosen. ✨
Albrecht Dürer, Assumption and Coronation of Mary, from the series “The Life of Mary”, 1510 (cropped). © The Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #akademiegalerie #academyoffinearts #vienna #dürer #albrechtdürer #assumptionofmary
On occasion of tomorrow’s feast day, we will show you three different depictions of the Assumption of Mary. ✨ Today we start the row with this Assumption of Mary by Albrecht Dürer, which was done by Dürer for the woodcut series „The Life of Mary“. Dürer used this technique wisely in a time when letterpress printing was very new. One of the many changes this medium brought is the new possibility for artists to reproduce and sell their artwork. Stay tuned tomorrow for another depiction of the Assumpation of Mary, totally different not only in terms of the technique chosen. ✨ Albrecht Dürer, Assumption and Coronation of Mary, from the series “The Life of Mary”, 1510 (cropped). © The Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #akademiegalerie  #academyoffinearts  #vienna  #dürer  #albrechtdürer  #assumptionofmary 
Born #onthisday 🎊 Josef Mikl ✨ From 1969–1997 Josef Mikl was professor and lead a master class at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. 
Together with Hollegha, Prachensky and Arnulf Rainer he had founded the „Malergruppe St. Stephan“ in 1956. Mikl represented an abstract realism. The human figure was central in his work. 
Josef Mikl, Still Life with Vegetable, 1976. © The Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #akademiegalerie #vienna #academyoffinearts #josefmikl #art #bornonthisday
Born #onthisday  🎊 Josef Mikl ✨ From 1969–1997 Josef Mikl was professor and lead a master class at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Together with Hollegha, Prachensky and Arnulf Rainer he had founded the „Malergruppe St. Stephan“ in 1956. Mikl represented an abstract realism. The human figure was central in his work. Josef Mikl, Still Life with Vegetable, 1976. © The Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #akademiegalerie  #vienna  #academyoffinearts  #josefmikl  #art  #bornonthisday 
Everybody seems to be talking about #InternationalCatDay tomorrow. 😻 These little mice from the collection of our #kupferstichkabinett seem to say: ‘How about an #InternationalMouseDay?’ 🐀 Leopold Stoll, Mussoricinus ex Hungaria (Spitzmaus), 1st half of 19th century (1821?).
© The Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #akademiegalerie #academyoffinearts #mouse #mice #mouseandcat #graphic #museum #art #worldcatday
Happy #WatermelonDay 🍉 Cut Up Watermelon, 1st half of 19th century, artist unknown. © The Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #watermelon #nationalwatermelonday #nationalwatermelonday🍉 #internationalwatermelonday 
#akademiegalerie #vienna #kupferstichkabinett #akademiederbildendenkünste #wien
Back from its journey through Japan: ‘The Battle for the Banner’ by Peter Paul Rubens. 
Rubens painted this masterpiece during his stay in Italy. As you might recognize he was inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s study for the ‘Battle of Anghiari’. Rubens combines individual battle scenes into one composition and brings the very moment the banner is breaking alive. He used this ‘formula’ also for later works when depicting battles or hunting scenes. 
Peter Paul Rubens, The Battle for the Banner, ca. 1601-1608 © The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #akademiegalerie #peterpaulrubens #rubens #arthistory #finearts #art #vienna #museum #wien
Back from its journey through Japan: ‘The Battle for the Banner’ by Peter Paul Rubens. Rubens painted this masterpiece during his stay in Italy. As you might recognize he was inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s study for the ‘Battle of Anghiari’. Rubens combines individual battle scenes into one composition and brings the very moment the banner is breaking alive. He used this ‘formula’ also for later works when depicting battles or hunting scenes. Peter Paul Rubens, The Battle for the Banner, ca. 1601-1608 © The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #akademiegalerie  #peterpaulrubens  #rubens  #arthistory  #finearts  #art  #vienna  #museum  #wien 
#behindthescenes of #akademiegalerie ✈️
Many of you might be travelling during this summer. One of our paintings did so as well: ‘The Battle for the Banner’ by Peter Paul Rubens was on view in Japan, in the exhibition ‘Leonardo da Vinci and The Battle of Anghiari: The Mystery of the Tavola Doria’. As the exhibition was shown at 5 places in Japan, our painting travelled from Sapporo in the North, via Sendai, Matsuyama, Hiroshima to the last station Fukuoka in the South. 500.000 visitors came to see the exhibition. Recently we travelled to Japan to bring the precious painting back to Vienna.
🧐 Have a look into our Instagram Stories to see more impressions from our journey and stay tuned tomorrow when we will share more about this painting here!
#behindthescenes  of #akademiegalerie  ✈️ Many of you might be travelling during this summer. One of our paintings did so as well: ‘The Battle for the Banner’ by Peter Paul Rubens was on view in Japan, in the exhibition ‘Leonardo da Vinci and The Battle of Anghiari: The Mystery of the Tavola Doria’. As the exhibition was shown at 5 places in Japan, our painting travelled from Sapporo in the North, via Sendai, Matsuyama, Hiroshima to the last station Fukuoka in the South. 500.000 visitors came to see the exhibition. Recently we travelled to Japan to bring the precious painting back to Vienna. 🧐 Have a look into our Instagram Stories to see more impressions from our journey and stay tuned tomorrow when we will share more about this painting here!
#bornonthisday 🎊 Joseph Anton Koch was born on 27 July 1768 ✨ The #kupferstichkabinett of #akademiegalerie holds more than 800 drawings by Koch. His landscapes inspired and influenced the Nazarene movement, whose new romantic style formed a contrast to academic classicism. Joseph Anton Koch, Vietri at the Gulf of Salerno, 1795. 👉 To see a portrait of Koch himself, have a look into our Instagram Stories now!
#bornonthisday  🎊 Joseph Anton Koch was born on 27 July 1768 ✨ The #kupferstichkabinett  of #akademiegalerie  holds more than 800 drawings by Koch. His landscapes inspired and influenced the Nazarene movement, whose new romantic style formed a contrast to academic classicism. Joseph Anton Koch, Vietri at the Gulf of Salerno, 1795. 👉 To see a portrait of Koch himself, have a look into our Instagram Stories now!
Many, many thanks to @karinsvad for stopping by and sharing this overwhelming blogpost! 😊🙏
If you have not seen ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’, do make sure to visit us at our current home at Theatermuseum. The exhibition by our #kupferstichkabinett will be on view one more month until 26 August. If you stop by, don’t forget to share your pictures: #akademiegalerie #ParadisusVindobonensis 🌺🌿🌸
Many, many thanks to @karinsvad for stopping by and sharing this overwhelming blogpost! 😊🙏 If you have not seen ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’, do make sure to visit us at our current home at Theatermuseum. The exhibition by our #kupferstichkabinett  will be on view one more month until 26 August. If you stop by, don’t forget to share your pictures: #akademiegalerie  #ParadisusVindobonensis  🌺🌿🌸
@karinsvad on ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’ part IV/IV: “Hartinger´s water colours are characterised by perfect craftsmanship and scientific accuracy.  He possessed the skills of precision and a sense of aesthetics. He also contributed to the further development of colour lithography. During the first print rounds of the books he still had to hand-color the monochrome prints, which was obviously a chore. Later he had succeeded in developing the technology to a point where he could directly print the colours. In 1851 he was given an award for colour lithography and in that year founded an “artistic-lithography institution”.
Anton Hartinger, Huntleya violacea, 1846
Orchids on Karin’s window sill (copyright K. Svadlenak)
#paradisusvindobonensis #kupferstichkabinett #akademiegalerie #academyoffinearts #vienna
@karinsvad on ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’ part IV/IV: “Hartinger´s water colours are characterised by perfect craftsmanship and scientific accuracy.  He possessed the skills of precision and a sense of aesthetics. He also contributed to the further development of colour lithography. During the first print rounds of the books he still had to hand-color the monochrome prints, which was obviously a chore. Later he had succeeded in developing the technology to a point where he could directly print the colours. In 1851 he was given an award for colour lithography and in that year founded an “artistic-lithography institution”. Anton Hartinger, Huntleya violacea, 1846 Orchids on Karin’s window sill (copyright K. Svadlenak) #paradisusvindobonensis  #kupferstichkabinett  #akademiegalerie  #academyoffinearts  #vienna 
Part III/IV of the blogpost on ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’ by @karinsvad: “The exhibition at the Academy Gallery offers an excursion into the glittering Viennese glasshouses of the last century and provides an insight into the extensive collection of floral watercolors in the Kupferstichkabinett (copper plate cabinet). In the little photo gallery below I´ve tried to pair photos of Hartinger´s paintings with some flower photos I took. Unfortunately I cannot match species for species, but I´ve done my best to at least match genus or color scheme.”
(To be continued tomorrow, or directly click the link in our profile now to read the whole blogpost!) Anton Hartinger, Clematis caerulea var. azurea (1843), Detail • Clematis flower in Karin‘s garden (Copyright K. Svadlenak) 
#paradisusvindobonensis #kupferstichkabinett #akademiegalerie #academyoffinearts #vienna
Part III/IV of the blogpost on ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’ by @karinsvad: “The exhibition at the Academy Gallery offers an excursion into the glittering Viennese glasshouses of the last century and provides an insight into the extensive collection of floral watercolors in the Kupferstichkabinett (copper plate cabinet). In the little photo gallery below I´ve tried to pair photos of Hartinger´s paintings with some flower photos I took. Unfortunately I cannot match species for species, but I´ve done my best to at least match genus or color scheme.” (To be continued tomorrow, or directly click the link in our profile now to read the whole blogpost!) Anton Hartinger, Clematis caerulea var. azurea (1843), Detail • Clematis flower in Karin‘s garden (Copyright K. Svadlenak) #paradisusvindobonensis  #kupferstichkabinett  #akademiegalerie  #academyoffinearts  #vienna 
A long tradition of Viennese flower painting’
As promised we are sharing the blogpost by @karinsvad during the next days here.
Part II/IV: “Paradisus Vindobonensis was first published in 1844 in a large folio format with lithographs of the paintings. Hartinger sold the original paintings to the Academy, to be used for education purposes. He created life-size illustrations of exotic flowers from Asia, Africa and South America that were being cultivated in Vienna gardens and greenhouses in his day. The quality of his works is outstanding, with a rare level of detail and brilliance of colour. Vienna had a long tradition of flower painting, which began in the late 18th century and had its hey day around 1900. The earliest botanical illustrations are found in medieval herb books, which collected medical knowledge about plants. The first known such botanical book is the medieval Codex vindobonensis, a.k.a Vienna Dioscurides from the year 512.”
(To be continued tomorrow, or directly click the link in our profile now to read the whole blogpost!)
A long tradition of Viennese flower painting’ As promised we are sharing the blogpost by @karinsvad during the next days here. Part II/IV: “Paradisus Vindobonensis was first published in 1844 in a large folio format with lithographs of the paintings. Hartinger sold the original paintings to the Academy, to be used for education purposes. He created life-size illustrations of exotic flowers from Asia, Africa and South America that were being cultivated in Vienna gardens and greenhouses in his day. The quality of his works is outstanding, with a rare level of detail and brilliance of colour. Vienna had a long tradition of flower painting, which began in the late 18th century and had its hey day around 1900. The earliest botanical illustrations are found in medieval herb books, which collected medical knowledge about plants. The first known such botanical book is the medieval Codex vindobonensis, a.k.a Vienna Dioscurides from the year 512.” (To be continued tomorrow, or directly click the link in our profile now to read the whole blogpost!)
‘A Viennese Paradise at the Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts’ 🌺 As promised we are sharing the blogpost by @karinsvad during the next days here.

Part I/IV: “Anton Hartinger was a Viennese flower painter of the 19th century.  Until 26 August 2018 you can see a (small) selection of his many flower and plant illustrations at the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts.  Hartinger was a prolific painter, he produced almost 900 botanical illustrations.  On view here are some watercolor paintings he made in preparation for the splendid botanical publication Endlicher´s Paradisus Vindobonensis, Abbildungen seltener und schönblühender Pflanzen der Wiener und anderer Gärten und Museen (illustrations of rare and ornamental plants).” (🌱... To be continued tomorrow, or directly click the link in our profile now to read the whole blogpost!) #akademiegalerie #paradisusvindobonensis #academyoffinearts #museum #vienna #drawing #art #flowers #flowerpainting #flowersofinstagram
‘A Viennese Paradise at the Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts’ 🌺 As promised we are sharing the blogpost by @karinsvad during the next days here. Part I/IV: “Anton Hartinger was a Viennese flower painter of the 19th century. Until 26 August 2018 you can see a (small) selection of his many flower and plant illustrations at the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts. Hartinger was a prolific painter, he produced almost 900 botanical illustrations. On view here are some watercolor paintings he made in preparation for the splendid botanical publication Endlicher´s Paradisus Vindobonensis, Abbildungen seltener und schönblühender Pflanzen der Wiener und anderer Gärten und Museen (illustrations of rare and ornamental plants).” (🌱... To be continued tomorrow, or directly click the link in our profile now to read the whole blogpost!) #akademiegalerie  #paradisusvindobonensis  #academyoffinearts  #museum  #vienna  #drawing  #art  #flowers  #flowerpainting  #flowersofinstagram 
Have you already seen ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’ - the exhibition by our #kupferstichkabinett? 🌱🌺🌿 @karinsvad visited us and shared a wonderful blog post. We will show parts of it here on Instagram. To read the full blog post just follow the link in our profile! #akademiegalerie #paradisusvindobonensis #academyoffinearts #museum #vienna #drawing #art #flowers #flowerpainting #flowersofinstagram
Born in in 1952 in Tübingen, then West Germany, textile artist Alraune created her first textile tableau in 1981. Today, her scenes with fantasy textile figures and thousands of hand-sewn objects in diverse settings have gained an international reputation. Her creations oscillate between the seemingly mundane and the everyday madness in our own worlds. 👉‘Alraune: Textile Torments of Hell’ on view from 28 June until 23 September 2018 at #akademiegalerie ✨ #hieronymusbosch #paintingsgallery #museum #finearts #contemporaryart #art #alraune
Born in in 1952 in Tübingen, then West Germany, textile artist Alraune created her first textile tableau in 1981. Today, her scenes with fantasy textile figures and thousands of hand-sewn objects in diverse settings have gained an international reputation. Her creations oscillate between the seemingly mundane and the everyday madness in our own worlds. 👉‘Alraune: Textile Torments of Hell’ on view from 28 June until 23 September 2018 at #akademiegalerie  ✨ #hieronymusbosch  #paintingsgallery  #museum  #finearts  #contemporaryart  #art  #alraune 
Another artwork by Alraune, now on view within ‘Correspondences: Bosch & Alraune’ is ‘Lust und Ekel, Früchte für Hieronymus’ (Pleasure and Disgust, Fruit for Hieronymus) 🍓🐀
At first glance, her exhibits seem »funny« – yet when we look closer, that laughter sounds hollow and fades. ‘Alraune: Textile Torments of Hell’ on view from 28 June until 23 September 2018 at #akademiegalerie
Another artwork by Alraune, now on view within ‘Correspondences: Bosch & Alraune’ is ‘Lust und Ekel, Früchte für Hieronymus’ (Pleasure and Disgust, Fruit for Hieronymus) 🍓🐀 At first glance, her exhibits seem »funny« – yet when we look closer, that laughter sounds hollow and fades. ‘Alraune: Textile Torments of Hell’ on view from 28 June until 23 September 2018 at #akademiegalerie 
Sorbus aucuparia - rowan tree (Eberesche) in our garden this morning. This is a species native to Europe that is pollinated by bees and flies, and the berries are eaten by many bird species and several mammals. So it is an ecologically valuable species, which is why I planted one in our garden. It also goes along nicely with my latest blog post on the #ParadisusVindobonensis exhibition at @akademiegalerie. (Check out the blog on viennacultgram.com - link in profile.) It is a small exhibition, but if you are into flowers you will enjoy these very detailed and vibrant botanical illustrations of exotic flowers that were grown in Vienna gardens in the 19th century.  There are so many gardens and greenhouses in Vienna, and I always enjoy a nature break from the city.  This one is from my home though. .
I purposely underexposed the flower portraits to bring out the colors of the plants and darken the background, a technique I learned in the photo walk "abstract nature" with @werner.christina organized by  @Kunsthauswien_hundertwasser at the end of May. It works well when the „object of desire“ is backlit or has the sun on it. .
#ParadisusVindobonensis #flowersinvienna  #stadtgartenwien #urbangarden #urbanpark #viennaparks #macroflower #naturephotography #natureart #flowerphotography #akademiegalerie #ksviennatureculturegram #igersaustria #igersvienna @kunstfueruns @akademiegalerie
Sorbus aucuparia - rowan tree (Eberesche) in our garden this morning. This is a species native to Europe that is pollinated by bees and flies, and the berries are eaten by many bird species and several mammals. So it is an ecologically valuable species, which is why I planted one in our garden. It also goes along nicely with my latest blog post on the #ParadisusVindobonensis  exhibition at @akademiegalerie. (Check out the blog on viennacultgram.com - link in profile.) It is a small exhibition, but if you are into flowers you will enjoy these very detailed and vibrant botanical illustrations of exotic flowers that were grown in Vienna gardens in the 19th century. There are so many gardens and greenhouses in Vienna, and I always enjoy a nature break from the city. This one is from my home though. . I purposely underexposed the flower portraits to bring out the colors of the plants and darken the background, a technique I learned in the photo walk "abstract nature" with @werner.christina organized by @Kunsthauswien_hundertwasser at the end of May. It works well when the „object of desire“ is backlit or has the sun on it. . #ParadisusVindobonensis  #flowersinvienna  #stadtgartenwien  #urbangarden  #urbanpark  #viennaparks  #macroflower  #naturephotography  #natureart  #flowerphotography  #akademiegalerie  #ksviennatureculturegram  #igersaustria  #igersvienna  @kunstfueruns @akademiegalerie
Paradisus Vindobonensis in the Vienna Woods - Allium ursinum in flower. 
A flowery/nature theme today with some recent flower portraits, to go along with my latest blog post on the #ParadisusVindobonensis exhibition at @akademiegalerie. (Check out the blog on viennacultgram.com - link in profile.) It is a small exhibition, but if you are into flowers you will enjoy these very detailed and vibrant botanical illustrations of exotic flowers that were grown in Vienna gardens in the 19th century.  There are so many gardens and greenhouses in Vienna, and I always enjoy a nature break from the city.  This one is from April, but I had not postet it yet and it fits the theme so nicely. .
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#ParadisusVindobonensis #flowersinvienna  #stadtgartenwien #urbangarden #urbanpark #viennaparks #macroflower #naturephotography #natureart #flowerphotography #akademiegalerie #wienerwald #intothewoods #viennawoods #ksviennatureculturegram #igersaustria #igersvienna @kunstfueruns @akademiegalerie
Paradisus Vindobonensis in the Vienna Woods - Allium ursinum in flower. A flowery/nature theme today with some recent flower portraits, to go along with my latest blog post on the #ParadisusVindobonensis  exhibition at @akademiegalerie. (Check out the blog on viennacultgram.com - link in profile.) It is a small exhibition, but if you are into flowers you will enjoy these very detailed and vibrant botanical illustrations of exotic flowers that were grown in Vienna gardens in the 19th century. There are so many gardens and greenhouses in Vienna, and I always enjoy a nature break from the city. This one is from April, but I had not postet it yet and it fits the theme so nicely. . . #ParadisusVindobonensis  #flowersinvienna  #stadtgartenwien  #urbangarden  #urbanpark  #viennaparks  #macroflower  #naturephotography  #natureart  #flowerphotography  #akademiegalerie  #wienerwald  #intothewoods  #viennawoods  #ksviennatureculturegram  #igersaustria  #igersvienna  @kunstfueruns @akademiegalerie
Orchids on my window sill. A flowery/nature theme today with some recent flower portraits, to go along with my latest blog post on the #ParadisusVindobonensis exhibition at @akademiegalerie. (Check out the blog on viennacultgram.com - link in profile.) It is a small exhibition, but if you are into flowers you will enjoy these very detailed and vibrant botanical illustrations of exotic flowers that were grown in Vienna gardens in the 19th century.  There are so many gardens and greenhouses in Vienna, and I always enjoy a nature break from the city.  This one is from my home though. .
I purposely underexposed the orchid flower portrait to bring out the colors of the plants and darken the background, a technique I learned in the photo walk "abstract nature" with @werner.christina organized by  @Kunsthauswien_hundertwasser at the end of May. This worked because the orchids were backlit by the sun shining through the window behind them. .
#ParadisusVindobonensis #flowersinvienna  #stadtgartenwien #urbangarden #urbanpark #viennaparks #macroflower #naturephotography #natureart #flowerphotography #akademiegalerie #ksviennatureculturegram #igersaustria #igersvienna @kunstfueruns @akademiegalerie 
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Orchids on my window sill. A flowery/nature theme today with some recent flower portraits, to go along with my latest blog post on the #ParadisusVindobonensis  exhibition at @akademiegalerie. (Check out the blog on viennacultgram.com - link in profile.) It is a small exhibition, but if you are into flowers you will enjoy these very detailed and vibrant botanical illustrations of exotic flowers that were grown in Vienna gardens in the 19th century. There are so many gardens and greenhouses in Vienna, and I always enjoy a nature break from the city. This one is from my home though. . I purposely underexposed the orchid flower portrait to bring out the colors of the plants and darken the background, a technique I learned in the photo walk "abstract nature" with @werner.christina organized by @Kunsthauswien_hundertwasser at the end of May. This worked because the orchids were backlit by the sun shining through the window behind them. . #ParadisusVindobonensis  #flowersinvienna  #stadtgartenwien  #urbangarden  #urbanpark  #viennaparks  #macroflower  #naturephotography  #natureart  #flowerphotography  #akademiegalerie  #ksviennatureculturegram  #igersaustria  #igersvienna  @kunstfueruns @akademiegalerie #vienna .potplant #potplantlove  @vienna.potplant
Another ‘Correspondence’ between Alraune and Bosch: Swipe now! 🙀

Alraune’s exhibit of an egg pierced by a knife and decorated with an eye could just have as easily have sprung from Bosch’s imagination, don’t you think?  The title ‘God sees Everything’ references Christian iconography, with the eye of God set in the centre of a triangle. Bosch’s egg on the triptych’s central panel is pierced by an arrow; Alraune’s egg is pierced by a knife – which, in Bosch’s work, symbolises the deadly sin of anger. 
Pic 1: Hieronymus Bosch, Last Judgement Triptych, Detail, c. 1490 - c. 1505, © The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna 🔪
Pic 2: Alraune, Gott sieht alles, 2017, Materialmix © Alraune
#akademiegalerie #hieronymusbosch #academyoffinearts #paintingsgallery #vienna
Another ‘Correspondence’ between Alraune and Bosch: Swipe now! 🙀 Alraune’s exhibit of an egg pierced by a knife and decorated with an eye could just have as easily have sprung from Bosch’s imagination, don’t you think? The title ‘God sees Everything’ references Christian iconography, with the eye of God set in the centre of a triangle. Bosch’s egg on the triptych’s central panel is pierced by an arrow; Alraune’s egg is pierced by a knife – which, in Bosch’s work, symbolises the deadly sin of anger. Pic 1: Hieronymus Bosch, Last Judgement Triptych, Detail, c. 1490 - c. 1505, © The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna 🔪 Pic 2: Alraune, Gott sieht alles, 2017, Materialmix © Alraune #akademiegalerie  #hieronymusbosch  #academyoffinearts  #paintingsgallery  #vienna 
Parlare di natura morta è un controsenso: la natura per sua definizione è infatti viva, ma diventa morta quando la si toglie dal suo habitat (il fiore reciso dalla pianta, la frutta colta dall’albero)
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#naturamorta #nature #naturamortaolivermark #naturamortacandles #bn #elegance #harmony #handmadecandles #man #simplicity #candles #armenia #naturamortaviva #naturamortaphoto #naturamortacherry #akademiegalerie #bianconero #stilllife #craftbeer #naturamortaplum #cellar3 #naturamorta2 #greenflash #art #beer #naturamorta_scan #autunno #naturamortaconcustodiadisax #greenflashbrewing #photography
Parlare di natura morta è un controsenso: la natura per sua definizione è infatti viva, ma diventa morta quando la si toglie dal suo habitat (il fiore reciso dalla pianta, la frutta colta dall’albero) • • #naturamorta  #nature  #naturamortaolivermark  #naturamortacandles  #bn  #elegance  #harmony  #handmadecandles  #man  #simplicity  #candles  #armenia  #naturamortaviva  #naturamortaphoto  #naturamortacherry  #akademiegalerie  #bianconero  #stilllife  #craftbeer  #naturamortaplum  #cellar3  #naturamorta2  #greenflash  #art  #beer  #naturamorta_scan  #autunno  #naturamortaconcustodiadisax  #greenflashbrewing  #photography 
Emergency Call from hell ☎️ Looking at this artwork by Alraune in correspondence with Bosch’s Last Judgement triptych speaks for itself… ‘Alraune: Textile Torments of Hell’ on view from 28 June until 23 September 2018 at #akademiegalerie ✨

Notruf aus der Hölle, 2003 und 2017, Materialmix © Alraune
Emergency Call from hell ☎️ Looking at this artwork by Alraune in correspondence with Bosch’s Last Judgement triptych speaks for itself… ‘Alraune: Textile Torments of Hell’ on view from 28 June until 23 September 2018 at #akademiegalerie  ✨ Notruf aus der Hölle, 2003 und 2017, Materialmix © Alraune
Special Guest at #akademiegalerie 🐍 
On view now! ‘Correspondences: Bosch & Alraune’  The Last Judgment triptych by Hieronymus Bosch (c. 1450/55 – 1516) is the heart of our Paintings Gallery and among the world’s most important art works from the period around 1500. Our exhibition series explores Correspondences between Bosch’s altarpiece and works by modern artists shown in regular intervals in a dialogue with the Last Judgment. These dialogues reveal surprising connections between Bosch’s 500-year-old triptych and contemporary art. Through these dialogues visitors can constantly discover new facets of Bosch’s masterpiece. Stay tuned during the next days for more! Alraune, "Was wäre passiert, wenn die Schlange Eva einfach verschlungen hätte?" (What would have happened if the snake would have swallowed Eve?) 2012/2013
Photo © Claudia Rohrauer #hieronymusbosch #academyoffinearts #paintingsgallery #vienna
Special Guest at #akademiegalerie  🐍 On view now! ‘Correspondences: Bosch & Alraune’ The Last Judgment triptych by Hieronymus Bosch (c. 1450/55 – 1516) is the heart of our Paintings Gallery and among the world’s most important art works from the period around 1500. Our exhibition series explores Correspondences between Bosch’s altarpiece and works by modern artists shown in regular intervals in a dialogue with the Last Judgment. These dialogues reveal surprising connections between Bosch’s 500-year-old triptych and contemporary art. Through these dialogues visitors can constantly discover new facets of Bosch’s masterpiece. Stay tuned during the next days for more! Alraune, "Was wäre passiert, wenn die Schlange Eva einfach verschlungen hätte?" (What would have happened if the snake would have swallowed Eve?) 2012/2013 Photo © Claudia Rohrauer #hieronymusbosch  #academyoffinearts  #paintingsgallery  #vienna 
‘The Torture Never Stops’ 🙀 Join us tonight for the opening of ‘Correspondences: Bosch & Alraune’ 🤗 Meet the textile artist Alraune and share your own ideas and possible »correspondences« between Alraune’s textile works and Hieronymus Bosch’s Last Judgment triptych.
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In the Middle Ages, music and dance were regarded as the 'devil’s work', and so in Bosch’s painting we find hybrid animal creatures playing music. Alraune’s exhibits include Frank Zappa’s song The Torture Never Stops playing on a gramophone. And tonight it will also be performed live by 'Little Rosies Kindergarten'. We are looking forward to the opening tonight at 7 pm and to your pics! 😈 ‘Alraune: Textile Torments of Hell’ on view from 28 June until 23 September 2018 at #akademiegalerie
‘The Torture Never Stops’ 🙀 Join us tonight for the opening of ‘Correspondences: Bosch & Alraune’ 🤗 Meet the textile artist Alraune and share your own ideas and possible »correspondences« between Alraune’s textile works and Hieronymus Bosch’s Last Judgment triptych. ✨ In the Middle Ages, music and dance were regarded as the 'devil’s work', and so in Bosch’s painting we find hybrid animal creatures playing music. Alraune’s exhibits include Frank Zappa’s song The Torture Never Stops playing on a gramophone. And tonight it will also be performed live by 'Little Rosies Kindergarten'. We are looking forward to the opening tonight at 7 pm and to your pics! 😈 ‘Alraune: Textile Torments of Hell’ on view from 28 June until 23 September 2018 at #akademiegalerie 
A special frame for the portrait of a man closely connected to #akademiegalerie ✨

Count Lamberg-Sprinzenstein wanted his collection to be on view for everybody, yet also to be kept as his private collection. That is why he did not donate it to the Imperial Collection but chose the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Yet when Count Lamberg-Sprinzenstein had died, Emperor Franz I wanted to incorporate the paintings into the Imperial Collection. He had misunderstood the Count’s written document. It was Fürst Metternich who, with his diplomatic skills, could convince the Emperor that the donation shall be shown at the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts. The donation of about 800 paintings and the Count’s testamentary wish to make it accessible to the public was the reason for #akademiegalerie to become a museum. 😊

That is the reason why in one of our blue galleries at our current home at #theatermuseum we dedicate a special place for this portrait of Anton Franz de Paula Count Lamberg-Sprinzenstein. ✨

Christian Kollonitsch, Portrait of Anton Count Lamberg-Sprinzenstein, 1770. #academyoffinearts #vienna #viennaacademy #arthistory
A special frame for the portrait of a man closely connected to #akademiegalerie  ✨ Count Lamberg-Sprinzenstein wanted his collection to be on view for everybody, yet also to be kept as his private collection. That is why he did not donate it to the Imperial Collection but chose the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Yet when Count Lamberg-Sprinzenstein had died, Emperor Franz I wanted to incorporate the paintings into the Imperial Collection. He had misunderstood the Count’s written document. It was Fürst Metternich who, with his diplomatic skills, could convince the Emperor that the donation shall be shown at the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts. The donation of about 800 paintings and the Count’s testamentary wish to make it accessible to the public was the reason for #akademiegalerie  to become a museum. 😊 That is the reason why in one of our blue galleries at our current home at #theatermuseum  we dedicate a special place for this portrait of Anton Franz de Paula Count Lamberg-Sprinzenstein. ✨ Christian Kollonitsch, Portrait of Anton Count Lamberg-Sprinzenstein, 1770. #academyoffinearts  #vienna  #viennaacademy  #arthistory 
Current series for @akademiegalerie on the history of the #akademiegalerie 👉 As promised yesterday we present to you a very important man in the history of the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Anton Franz de Paula Count Lamberg-Sprinzenstein. In 1822 he donated about 800 paintings he had in his private residences until they were given to #akademiegalerie. Amongst them was the Last Judgement Triptych by Hieronymus Bosch, masterpieces by Guardi, Rembrandt and Tizian. In this portrait by Martin Ferdinand Quadal, that is dated to 1784, the Count is shown at the age of 44 with one of his dogs. Stay tuned tomorrow for more… Martin Ferdinand Quadal, Portrait of Anton Graf Lamberg-Sprinzenstein, 1784. © The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Current series for @akademiegalerie on the history of the #akademiegalerie  👉 As promised yesterday we present to you a very important man in the history of the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Anton Franz de Paula Count Lamberg-Sprinzenstein. In 1822 he donated about 800 paintings he had in his private residences until they were given to #akademiegalerie . Amongst them was the Last Judgement Triptych by Hieronymus Bosch, masterpieces by Guardi, Rembrandt and Tizian. In this portrait by Martin Ferdinand Quadal, that is dated to 1784, the Count is shown at the age of 44 with one of his dogs. Stay tuned tomorrow for more… Martin Ferdinand Quadal, Portrait of Anton Graf Lamberg-Sprinzenstein, 1784. © The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
As promised yesterday we present to you a very important man in the history of the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Anton Franz de Paula Count Lamberg-Sprinzenstein. In 1822 he donated about 800 paintings he had in his private residences until they were given to #akademiegalerie. Amongst them was the Last Judgement Triptych by Hieronymus Bosch, masterpieces by Guardi, Rembrandt and Tizian. In this portrait by Martin Ferdinand Quadal, that is dated to 1784, the Count is shown at the age of 44 with one of his dogs. Stay tuned tomorrow for more… Martin Ferdinand Quadal, Portrait of Anton Graf Lamberg-Sprinzenstein, 1784. © The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
As promised yesterday we present to you a very important man in the history of the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: Anton Franz de Paula Count Lamberg-Sprinzenstein. In 1822 he donated about 800 paintings he had in his private residences until they were given to #akademiegalerie . Amongst them was the Last Judgement Triptych by Hieronymus Bosch, masterpieces by Guardi, Rembrandt and Tizian. In this portrait by Martin Ferdinand Quadal, that is dated to 1784, the Count is shown at the age of 44 with one of his dogs. Stay tuned tomorrow for more… Martin Ferdinand Quadal, Portrait of Anton Graf Lamberg-Sprinzenstein, 1784. © The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
One of the rooms in our current home at #Theatermuseum is this blue gallery, all dedicated to the early days of the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. 🎨 We want to tell you about the origin of our collections and how #akademiegalerie became an internationally well-known museum. 😃 Artists applying for a membership at the Vienna Academy had to submit an artwork. This was only possible by invitation. If an artist was accepted as member of the Vienna Academy, which meant a lot of prestige and other benefits, the submitted artwork was exhibited and remained in the collections. As these artists came from various fields, the Academy of Fine Arts collected paintings, graphics, photographies, sculptures and architectural designs. But the major part, about 90% of our collections, are based on donations. 🎁Tomorrow we will tell you about the most important donator, Count Lamberg-Sprinzenstein.
Have a good start into the weekend - make it an artsy one! 😊 #akademiegalerie #academyoffinearts #vienna #viennaacademy #arthistory
One of the rooms in our current home at #Theatermuseum  is this blue gallery, all dedicated to the early days of the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. 🎨 We want to tell you about the origin of our collections and how #akademiegalerie  became an internationally well-known museum. 😃 Artists applying for a membership at the Vienna Academy had to submit an artwork. This was only possible by invitation. If an artist was accepted as member of the Vienna Academy, which meant a lot of prestige and other benefits, the submitted artwork was exhibited and remained in the collections. As these artists came from various fields, the Academy of Fine Arts collected paintings, graphics, photographies, sculptures and architectural designs. But the major part, about 90% of our collections, are based on donations. 🎁Tomorrow we will tell you about the most important donator, Count Lamberg-Sprinzenstein. Have a good start into the weekend - make it an artsy one! 😊 #akademiegalerie  #academyoffinearts  #vienna  #viennaacademy  #arthistory 
#diewelt ist ein zauberischer Ort in der #akademiegalerie, noch bis diesen Freitag zu erleben, geschaffen von Sakiko Fukaya und Jie Li. Thanx to @rixiabulang
#diewelt  ist ein zauberischer Ort in der #akademiegalerie , noch bis diesen Freitag zu erleben, geschaffen von Sakiko Fukaya und Jie Li. Thanx to @rixiabulang
Good Morning! ☀️ It's a sunny day again in Vienna and our doors just opened. Looking forward to welcoming you at #akademiegalerie 🤗 This is where you find us: our current home is the #theatermuseum at #palaislobkowitz in the heart of Vienna. 😊 #paintingsgallery #academyoffinearts #vienna #gemäldegalerie #akademiederbildendenkünste #wien #museum #arthistory #art #hieronymusbosch #tizianovecellio #vandyck #rubens #rembrandt #masterpieces
Egon Schiele was #bornonthisday back in 1890. 🎉 Some of you might already have seen this artwork by Schiele here, as we shared it in our early Instagram days. But we think you all should have the chance to see it on this special day. 😉 And during our #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap recently with @leopold_museum we told you about Schiele’s life. Here is a wrap-up: Egon Schiele started his education at the #academyoffinearts @akbild at the age of 16 in the class of Christian Griepenkerl. He left the Academy in 1909 because he did not agree with the traditional education, which still prevailed here. After a far too short life Schiele died at the age of only 28. His wife, who was pregnant, died due to the Spanish Flue on October 28. Only three days later – on October 31st - Egon Schiele died as well. His last words were: "Der Krieg ist aus, und ich muss gehen. Meine Bilder sollen in allen Museen der Welt gezeigt werden." (War is over, and I have to leave. My paintings shall be shown in all museums around the world). Happy Birthday Egon Schiele!

Egon Schiele, Kauerndes Mädchen, 1910 (cropped). © The Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
#akademiegalerie #vienna #kupferstichkabinett #akademiederbildendenkünste #wien #schiele #egonschiele #art #museum
Egon Schiele was #bornonthisday  back in 1890. 🎉 Some of you might already have seen this artwork by Schiele here, as we shared it in our early Instagram days. But we think you all should have the chance to see it on this special day. 😉 And during our #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap  recently with @leopold_museum we told you about Schiele’s life. Here is a wrap-up: Egon Schiele started his education at the #academyoffinearts  @akbild at the age of 16 in the class of Christian Griepenkerl. He left the Academy in 1909 because he did not agree with the traditional education, which still prevailed here. After a far too short life Schiele died at the age of only 28. His wife, who was pregnant, died due to the Spanish Flue on October 28. Only three days later – on October 31st - Egon Schiele died as well. His last words were: "Der Krieg ist aus, und ich muss gehen. Meine Bilder sollen in allen Museen der Welt gezeigt werden." (War is over, and I have to leave. My paintings shall be shown in all museums around the world). Happy Birthday Egon Schiele! Egon Schiele, Kauerndes Mädchen, 1910 (cropped). © The Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #akademiegalerie  #vienna  #kupferstichkabinett  #akademiederbildendenkünste  #wien  #schiele  #egonschiele  #art  #museum 
The rooms at #theatermuseum, our current home at Palais Lobkowitz create a very special atmosphere. We love this perspective into our Dutch galleries. 😍 By the way, we are also taking part at the #ViennaMuseumSixPack by @kunsthistorischesmuseumvienna and @viennatouristboard. On Thursday, 14 June, you will be able to visit us and the #theatermuseum for only 6 EUR. 😃 Simply watch out for the codeword on Thursday morning at @kunsthistorischesmuseumvienna ⚽️ #akademiegalerie #paintingsgallery #vienna #academyoffinearts #museum #art
The rooms at #theatermuseum , our current home at Palais Lobkowitz create a very special atmosphere. We love this perspective into our Dutch galleries. 😍 By the way, we are also taking part at the #ViennaMuseumSixPack  by @kunsthistorischesmuseumvienna and @viennatouristboard. On Thursday, 14 June, you will be able to visit us and the #theatermuseum  for only 6 EUR. 😃 Simply watch out for the codeword on Thursday morning at @kunsthistorischesmuseumvienna ⚽️ #akademiegalerie  #paintingsgallery  #vienna  #academyoffinearts  #museum  #art 
A snapshot in time. Another typical characterization of the ‘Dutch Italiante’ Landscape painters in Italy, who were also called the ‘Bamboccanti’, is this depiction of a shoreland with herd trek. In this painting Jan Asselijn not only shows the landscape but a moment in time. The clouds in the sky convey the atmosphere in this very moment. We hope you enjoyed this short trip towards the south. 😎 If you come by, do share your personal highlights, thoughts or some detail you will discover! Jan Asselijn, Shoreland with Herd Trek, 1648/50 #akademiegalerie #paintingsgallery #dutchpainting #academyoffinearts #travelling #italy #italianlandscapes #italianlight
A snapshot in time. Another typical characterization of the ‘Dutch Italiante’ Landscape painters in Italy, who were also called the ‘Bamboccanti’, is this depiction of a shoreland with herd trek. In this painting Jan Asselijn not only shows the landscape but a moment in time. The clouds in the sky convey the atmosphere in this very moment. We hope you enjoyed this short trip towards the south. 😎 If you come by, do share your personal highlights, thoughts or some detail you will discover! Jan Asselijn, Shoreland with Herd Trek, 1648/50 #akademiegalerie  #paintingsgallery  #dutchpainting  #academyoffinearts  #travelling  #italy  #italianlandscapes  #italianlight 
When the painters from the Netherlands went to Italy they sticked to their realistic depiction of nature. But the Italian landscape was quite different. And above all the warm light in the South brought a new aspect into their work. One of our galleries is hosting a selection of the work of the ‘Dutch Italiante’. We will share one more of it here on Instagram. But we do recommend to come personally and have a close view on these beautiful masterpieces. 😃 #akademiegalerie #paintingsgallery #dutchpainting #academyoffinearts #travelling #italy #italianlandscapes #italianlight
When the painters from the Netherlands went to Italy they sticked to their realistic depiction of nature. But the Italian landscape was quite different. And above all the warm light in the South brought a new aspect into their work. One of our galleries is hosting a selection of the work of the ‘Dutch Italiante’. We will share one more of it here on Instagram. But we do recommend to come personally and have a close view on these beautiful masterpieces. 😃 #akademiegalerie  #paintingsgallery  #dutchpainting  #academyoffinearts  #travelling  #italy  #italianlandscapes  #italianlight 
RISSA ist nur noch bis Sonntag zu sehen je von 12 - 18 Uhr. Danach wandert die Ausstellung weiter nach Chemnitz.
#duesseldorf #chemnitz #akademiegalerie #galerie #düsseldorf #burgplatz #rheinpromenade #altstadt
Welcome to Italy 😎 The ‘Contre-Jour’ is a stylistic element of this painting by Jan Both. This ‘Italian Landscape with Ruinous Tower’ was painted by the artist between 1638 and 1641. Initially it was Claude Lorraine who by dissolving the form created this effect. Both was one of the painters of the so-called Dutch Italiante: Dutch artists who had travelled to Italy and worked there together. Their image was not the best. Their behavior was perceived as rude by the locals. But they created a new style, combining their typical realistic approach from the North with the Italian landscape and light. More tomorrow… #akademiegalerie  #dutchpainting #academyoffinearts #vienna #museum #italy #travelling #paintingsgallery
Welcome to Italy 😎 The ‘Contre-Jour’ is a stylistic element of this painting by Jan Both. This ‘Italian Landscape with Ruinous Tower’ was painted by the artist between 1638 and 1641. Initially it was Claude Lorraine who by dissolving the form created this effect. Both was one of the painters of the so-called Dutch Italiante: Dutch artists who had travelled to Italy and worked there together. Their image was not the best. Their behavior was perceived as rude by the locals. But they created a new style, combining their typical realistic approach from the North with the Italian landscape and light. More tomorrow… #akademiegalerie  #dutchpainting  #academyoffinearts  #vienna  #museum  #italy  #travelling  #paintingsgallery 
Getting ready for a trip towards the south. 😎 Did you know that a group of painters from the Netherlands travelled to Italy and worked there together? They were called the ‘Dutch Italiante’. 🎨 A selection of their paintings is on view in in our Dutch gallery at #akademiegalerie. Stay tuned to see some close views into their work and technique! #dutchpainting #academyoffinearts #vienna #museum #italy #travelling #paintingsgallery
Am 10.6. endet die Ausstellung "Rissa" in der @akademie.galerie - Neue Sammlung. Nutzt die letzten Tage noch für ein buntes #Kunsterlebnis am Burgplatz. Viel Spaß!
Am 10.6. endet die Ausstellung "Rissa" in der @akademie.galerie - Neue Sammlung. Nutzt die letzten Tage noch für ein buntes #Kunsterlebnis  am Burgplatz. Viel Spaß!
A colourful view into the corridor that is currently hosting the new exhibition ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’ 🌿 Within this exhibition our #kupferstichkabinett shows a selection of Anton Hartinger’s work that is part of the Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Hartinger studied at the #academyoffinearts and specialized in the depiction of flowers. In 1843 he started to work on a special publication: ‚Endlicher’s Paradisus vindobonensis‘. Here he shows also rare plants, in life-size. ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’ is on view now until August 26, 2018.
A colourful view into the corridor that is currently hosting the new exhibition ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’ 🌿 Within this exhibition our #kupferstichkabinett  shows a selection of Anton Hartinger’s work that is part of the Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Hartinger studied at the #academyoffinearts  and specialized in the depiction of flowers. In 1843 he started to work on a special publication: ‚Endlicher’s Paradisus vindobonensis‘. Here he shows also rare plants, in life-size. ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’ is on view now until August 26, 2018.
Fantastisch satte Farben und ein einzigartiger Stil. Die Ausstellung "Rissa" @akademie.galerie mie.galerie macht einfach Spaß. Wart ihr schon dort? Und gibt es ein Bild, das euch besonders gefallen hat?
Fantastisch satte Farben und ein einzigartiger Stil. Die Ausstellung "Rissa" @akademie.galerie mie.galerie macht einfach Spaß. Wart ihr schon dort? Und gibt es ein Bild, das euch besonders gefallen hat?
'zweite Haut'. 30.Mai, 19Uhr, #akademiegalerie mit #ambiviolenz #eswirdgeilo und #samtig #kommt #drinks #eröffnung #stoffe
Good Morning on this lovely Saturday with the third winner of our #ParadisusVindobonensis hashtag challenge! Many thanks to @daheimistlangweilig for this and many other wonderful pictures! 😊🙏 'Paradisus Vindobonensis' is on view now until August 26th. Today we are offering the first guided tour through the exhibition by #kupferstichkabinett 🤗 Click the link in our profile for all information about the exhibition. #akademiegalerie #academyoffinearts #vienna #flowersofinstagram #flowers
Good Morning on this lovely Saturday with the third winner of our #ParadisusVindobonensis  hashtag challenge! Many thanks to @daheimistlangweilig for this and many other wonderful pictures! 😊🙏 'Paradisus Vindobonensis' is on view now until August 26th. Today we are offering the first guided tour through the exhibition by #kupferstichkabinett  🤗 Click the link in our profile for all information about the exhibition. #akademiegalerie  #academyoffinearts  #vienna  #flowersofinstagram  #flowers 
Here comes the second winner of our #ParadisusVindobonensis hashtag challenge! Congratulations to @karinsvad and many thanks for all the beautiful pictures! 😊🙏 #akademiegalerie #kupferstichkabinett #academyoffinearts #vienna #flowersofinstagram #flowers
Best of #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap Part 4 ✨ post for @akademiegalerie by #kunstfueruns 👉 Hello once more from @leopold_museum, where we have spent our #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap 🤗
This painting by Egon Schiele is fascinating and also melancholic. It reminds us of the sad fact that Schiele died at the age of only 28. His wife, who was pregnant, died due to the Spanish Flue on October 28. Only three days later – on October 31st - Egon Schiele died as well. His last words were: "Der Krieg ist aus, und ich muss gehen. Meine Bilder sollen in allen Museen der Welt gezeigt werden." (War is over, and I have to leave. My paintings shall be shown in all museums around the world).
Despite this sad ending, we hope you have enjoyed our trip around @leopold_museum. #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap was done on the occasion of the ICOM International Museums Day, which this year was dedicated to the motto “Hyperconnected Museums”. So we aimed to prove how closely related our museums are. Photo: @georgherder (Egon Schiele, Hauswand am Fluss, 1915) #InstaSwap #leopoldmuseum #akademiegalerie #egonschiele #schiele #museum #vienna
Best of #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap  Part 4 ✨ post for @akademiegalerie by #kunstfueruns  👉 Hello once more from @leopold_museum, where we have spent our #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap  🤗 This painting by Egon Schiele is fascinating and also melancholic. It reminds us of the sad fact that Schiele died at the age of only 28. His wife, who was pregnant, died due to the Spanish Flue on October 28. Only three days later – on October 31st - Egon Schiele died as well. His last words were: "Der Krieg ist aus, und ich muss gehen. Meine Bilder sollen in allen Museen der Welt gezeigt werden." (War is over, and I have to leave. My paintings shall be shown in all museums around the world). Despite this sad ending, we hope you have enjoyed our trip around @leopold_museum. #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap  was done on the occasion of the ICOM International Museums Day, which this year was dedicated to the motto “Hyperconnected Museums”. So we aimed to prove how closely related our museums are. Photo: @georgherder (Egon Schiele, Hauswand am Fluss, 1915) #InstaSwap  #leopoldmuseum  #akademiegalerie  #egonschiele  #schiele  #museum  #vienna 
Thank you all for joining our hashtag challenge #ParadisusVindobonensis 🤗 Congratulations to our first winner: @manfrededelmann 👏🎊 #kupferstichkabinett #akademiegalerie #academyoffinearts #vienna
Last Call for our Hashtag Challenge #ParadisusVindobonensis 📣 Tag your flowery pics and win! Now we are also telling you about the special surprise: apart from 2 tickets to the #akademiegalerie and the exhibition catalogue 🥁 - you will win a ticket to one of our drawing workshops at the #glyptothek! 😊 Click the link in our profile for details. We will start to feature the winners on Thursday as this will be the big day: the opening of the exhibition by our #kupferstichkabinett 'Paradisus Vindobonensis' ✨ Come and join us for the opening: 24 May, at 7 pm! 🤗 Anton Hartinger, Ipomoea rubro-caerulea, 1843 © The Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. #academyoffinearts #vienna #flowersofinstagram #blossomsofinstagram #flowers #blossoms #aquarelle #drawing
Last Call for our Hashtag Challenge #ParadisusVindobonensis  📣 Tag your flowery pics and win! Now we are also telling you about the special surprise: apart from 2 tickets to the #akademiegalerie  and the exhibition catalogue 🥁 - you will win a ticket to one of our drawing workshops at the #glyptothek ! 😊 Click the link in our profile for details. We will start to feature the winners on Thursday as this will be the big day: the opening of the exhibition by our #kupferstichkabinett  'Paradisus Vindobonensis' ✨ Come and join us for the opening: 24 May, at 7 pm! 🤗 Anton Hartinger, Ipomoea rubro-caerulea, 1843 © The Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. #academyoffinearts  #vienna  #flowersofinstagram  #blossomsofinstagram  #flowers  #blossoms  #aquarelle  #drawing 
Kleister Arbeit, 2,5mx3m, Über und Drunter Ausstellung, Foto: "bad"
Foto: Susanne Kühn 
#photogtaphie #artexhibition #contemporaryphotography #akademiegalerie #filmisnotdead #analogphotography #portraitphotography #film #artoftheday #modernart #portrait #portraitphotography #instaart
Hello once more from @leopold_museum, where we have spent our #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap 🤗
This painting by Egon Schiele is fascinating and also melancholic. It reminds us of the sad fact that Schiele died at the age of only 28. His wife, who was pregnant, died due to the Spanish Flue on October 28. Only three days later – on October 31st - Egon Schiele died as well. His last words were: "Der Krieg ist aus, und ich muss gehen. Meine Bilder sollen in allen Museen der Welt gezeigt werden." (War is over, and I have to leave. My paintings shall be shown in all museums around the world).
Despite this sad ending, we hope you have enjoyed our trip around @leopold_museum. #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap was done on the occasion of the ICOM International Museums Day, which this year was dedicated to the motto “Hyperconnected Museums”. So we aimed to prove how closely related our museums are. Photo: @georgherder (Egon Schiele, Hauswand am Fluss, 1915) #InstaSwap #leopoldmuseum #akademiegalerie #egonschiele #schiele #museum #vienna
Hello once more from @leopold_museum, where we have spent our #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap  🤗 This painting by Egon Schiele is fascinating and also melancholic. It reminds us of the sad fact that Schiele died at the age of only 28. His wife, who was pregnant, died due to the Spanish Flue on October 28. Only three days later – on October 31st - Egon Schiele died as well. His last words were: "Der Krieg ist aus, und ich muss gehen. Meine Bilder sollen in allen Museen der Welt gezeigt werden." (War is over, and I have to leave. My paintings shall be shown in all museums around the world). Despite this sad ending, we hope you have enjoyed our trip around @leopold_museum. #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap  was done on the occasion of the ICOM International Museums Day, which this year was dedicated to the motto “Hyperconnected Museums”. So we aimed to prove how closely related our museums are. Photo: @georgherder (Egon Schiele, Hauswand am Fluss, 1915) #InstaSwap  #leopoldmuseum  #akademiegalerie  #egonschiele  #schiele  #museum  #vienna 
Am 24. Mai eröffnet im Kupferstichkabinett der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien die Ausstellung "Paradisus Vindobonensis" mit Blumenaquarellen von Anton Hartinger. 
Die Hashtag-Challenge der @akademiegalerie zur Ausstellung läuft noch bis zum Eröffnungstag! Check it out! 🌵☝🏻️🌸 Anton Hartinger
Cereus Napoleonis, 1845
© Kupferstichkabinett der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien

#repost @akademiegalerie 
#antonhartinger #ParadisusVindobonensis #kupferstichkabinett #akademiegalerie #blumen #aquarell #watercolour #voekk *

#voekkviews #academyoffinearts #drawing #austrianartist #grafiksammlung #botanicalart #botanicalillustration #flower #flowerlovers #flowerwatercolor #exoticflowers #cactus #cactuslovers #cactiofinstagram #19thcentury #art #artwork #kunstgeschichte #arthistory #austrianarthistorians #arteveryday
Am 24. Mai eröffnet im Kupferstichkabinett der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien die Ausstellung "Paradisus Vindobonensis" mit Blumenaquarellen von Anton Hartinger. Die Hashtag-Challenge der @akademiegalerie zur Ausstellung läuft noch bis zum Eröffnungstag! Check it out! 🌵☝🏻️🌸 Anton Hartinger Cereus Napoleonis, 1845 © Kupferstichkabinett der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien #repost  @akademiegalerie #antonhartinger  #ParadisusVindobonensis  #kupferstichkabinett  #akademiegalerie  #blumen  #aquarell  #watercolour  #voekk  * #voekkviews  #academyoffinearts  #drawing  #austrianartist  #grafiksammlung  #botanicalart  #botanicalillustration  #flower  #flowerlovers  #flowerwatercolor  #exoticflowers  #cactus  #cactuslovers  #cactiofinstagram  #19thcentury  #art  #artwork  #kunstgeschichte  #arthistory  #austrianarthistorians  #arteveryday 
Another beautiful moment from @leopold_museum captured during our #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap by the great @georgherder ✨
One can spend ages here, looking at the masterpieces by Schiele, Klimt and many others. Our #kupferstichkabinett – the Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts – also holds some of the artworks by these artists. As you may know Schiele and Klimt were contemporaries and knew each other. Egon Schiele started his education at the #academyoffinearts at the age of 16 in the class of Christian Griepenkerl. One year later he met Gustav Klimt, founding member and first president of the @viennasecession. Schiele left the Academy in 1909 because he did not agree with the traditional education, which still prevailed here. If you are interested in today’s life at the @akbild follow our student in our Instagram Stories! #egonschiele 
#leopoldmuseum #akademiegalerie #instaswap #schiele #museum #vienna
Another beautiful moment from @leopold_museum captured during our #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap  by the great @georgherder ✨ One can spend ages here, looking at the masterpieces by Schiele, Klimt and many others. Our #kupferstichkabinett  – the Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts – also holds some of the artworks by these artists. As you may know Schiele and Klimt were contemporaries and knew each other. Egon Schiele started his education at the #academyoffinearts  at the age of 16 in the class of Christian Griepenkerl. One year later he met Gustav Klimt, founding member and first president of the @viennasecession. Schiele left the Academy in 1909 because he did not agree with the traditional education, which still prevailed here. If you are interested in today’s life at the @akbild follow our student in our Instagram Stories! #egonschiele  #leopoldmuseum  #akademiegalerie  #instaswap  #schiele  #museum  #vienna 
Have you heard about the big #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap coming up tomorrow? 😃 Museums all over Vienna will visit each other and we are happy and looking forward to showing you around the great @leopold_museum starting tomorrow morning. 🤗 There is a special connection between our museums: did you know that Egon Schiele, many of whose masterpieces are on view at the Leopold Museum, studied at the #academyoffinearts #vienna? #leopoldmuseum #akademiegalerie #kupferstichkabinett #museum #wien
Have you heard about the big #ViennaMuseumInstaSwap  coming up tomorrow? 😃 Museums all over Vienna will visit each other and we are happy and looking forward to showing you around the great @leopold_museum starting tomorrow morning. 🤗 There is a special connection between our museums: did you know that Egon Schiele, many of whose masterpieces are on view at the Leopold Museum, studied at the #academyoffinearts  #vienna ? #leopoldmuseum  #akademiegalerie  #kupferstichkabinett  #museum  #wien 
Down we go through the beautiful staircase of #theatermuseum 👣👣👣 This short trip around #akademiegalerie in our current home at #theatermuseum was to give you an overview and make sure you know where to find us these days. We moved in last November and will stay here until the #academyoffinearts will be ready renovated. Looking forward to welcoming you in person! ✨ And later today we will have a special surprise - stay tuned! Photo: Jonas Thiller
Down we go through the beautiful staircase of #theatermuseum  👣👣👣 This short trip around #akademiegalerie  in our current home at #theatermuseum  was to give you an overview and make sure you know where to find us these days. We moved in last November and will stay here until the #academyoffinearts  will be ready renovated. Looking forward to welcoming you in person! ✨ And later today we will have a special surprise - stay tuned! Photo: Jonas Thiller
Art work "Beth Ja Brin Flag" for the MULTICOLORE Exhibition at the Acedemy Gallery, class for graphic design. #art #artwork #freework #fiction #flag #exhibtion #history #fake #historyfake #communication #design #communicationdesign #graphicdesign #klassefeltengirst #adbk #adbknürnberg #akademiegalerie
Art work "Beth Ja Brin Flag" for the MULTICOLORE Exhibition at the Acedemy Gallery, class for graphic design. #art #artwork #freework #fiction #flag #exhibtion #history #fake #historyfake #communication #design #communicationdesign #graphicdesign #klassefeltengirst #adbk #adbknürnberg #akademiegalerie
Art work "Beth Ja Brin Flag" for the MULTICOLORE Exhibition at the Acedemy Gallery, class for graphic design. #art #artwork #freework #fiction #flag #exhibtion #history #fake #historyfake #communication #design #communicationdesign #graphicdesign #klassefeltengirst #adbk #adbknürnberg #akademiegalerie
Art work "Beth Ja Brin Flag" for the MULTICOLORE Exhibition at the Acedemy Gallery, class for graphic design. #art #artwork #freework #fiction #flag #exhibtion #history #fake #historyfake #communication #design #communicationdesign #graphicdesign #klassefeltengirst #adbk #adbknürnberg #akademiegalerie
Art work "Beth Ja Brin Flag" for the MULTICOLORE Exhibition at the Acedemy Gallery, class for graphic design. #art #artwork #freework #fiction #flag #exhibtion #history #fake #historyfake #communication #design #communicationdesign #graphicdesign #klassefeltengirst #adbk #adbknürnberg #akademiegalerie
We are finishing our walk through #akademiegalerie and are about to enter the corridor that hosts exhibitions with artwork of our #kupferstichkabinett ✨ From next week on, starting on May 25, the new exhibition 'Paradisus Vindobonensis' will be on view here. 🤗 Photo: Jonas Thiller #museum #art #museumstagram #academyoffinearts #vienna
Moving back through #akademiegalerie, the portrait of Maria Theresia now directly behind us, we are facing a self-portrait, which might seem familiar to you. We already shared it on Museum Selfie Day. It is by Martin van Meytens, painted around 1745. At the time Martin van Meytens painted this self-portrait, he was already highly regarded as Courtly Portrait Painter, leading a workshop and factory for painting pigments and minerals. Yet in this self-portrait he depicts himself without the common attributes for a high-ranked painter. In the year 1759 van Meytens was appointed as principal of the Vienna Academy. That is one of the reasons we are showing this masterpiece in this room, that hosts Austrian paintings from Baroque and Classicism connected to the #academyoffinearts #vienna. Thanks to Jonas Thiller for the photo! #akademiegalerie #museum #selfie #selfportrait #vienna
Moving back through #akademiegalerie , the portrait of Maria Theresia now directly behind us, we are facing a self-portrait, which might seem familiar to you. We already shared it on Museum Selfie Day. It is by Martin van Meytens, painted around 1745. At the time Martin van Meytens painted this self-portrait, he was already highly regarded as Courtly Portrait Painter, leading a workshop and factory for painting pigments and minerals. Yet in this self-portrait he depicts himself without the common attributes for a high-ranked painter. In the year 1759 van Meytens was appointed as principal of the Vienna Academy. That is one of the reasons we are showing this masterpiece in this room, that hosts Austrian paintings from Baroque and Classicism connected to the #academyoffinearts  #vienna . Thanks to Jonas Thiller for the photo! #akademiegalerie  #museum  #selfie  #selfportrait  #vienna 
Here in our current home at #theatermuseum also the floor is a piece of art. 😍 Thanks to Jonas Thiller for capturing! #akademiegalerie #academyoffinearts #vienna #floors
Happy Birthday #MariaTheresa 🎂 It is the Empress' 301st anniversary today. On this occasion we have a special program at #akademiegalerie 🤗 Tonight at 6 pm there will also be a reading of Maria Theresa's letters to  her best friend. 👉All details in our profile. We are looking forward! ✨ Martin van Meytens, Portrait of Maria Theresa as 'King of Hungary', 1759 © The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #mariatheresia #onthisday #academyoffinearts #vienna
Happy Birthday #MariaTheresa  🎂 It is the Empress' 301st anniversary today. On this occasion we have a special program at #akademiegalerie  🤗 Tonight at 6 pm there will also be a reading of Maria Theresa's letters to her best friend. 👉All details in our profile. We are looking forward! ✨ Martin van Meytens, Portrait of Maria Theresa as 'King of Hungary', 1759 © The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #mariatheresia  #onthisday  #academyoffinearts  #vienna 
Good Morning on this special Sunday! This close-up is another hint: today we are celebrating not only #MothersDay but also a special birthday. 😉 Additionally it is International Museums day and on all these occasions we offer special programs at #akademiegalerie today. 🤗 Click the link in our profile for details! Photo: Jonas Thiller
Good Morning on this special Sunday! This close-up is another hint: today we are celebrating not only #MothersDay  but also a special birthday. 😉 Additionally it is International Museums day and on all these occasions we offer special programs at #akademiegalerie  today. 🤗 Click the link in our profile for details! Photo: Jonas Thiller
On our walk through #akademiegalerie we have entered this blue room, hosting Austrian paintings from Baroque and Classicism. And we entered just in time for a special birthday coming up. Can you guess whose 301st anniversary it will be tomorrow? 🤔 Click the link in our profile for a hint and to see our special programme for tomorrow! #academyoffinearts #vienna #arthistory #baroque #classicism #paintingsgallery
Good Morning from Vienna to Berlin with a floral tribute to @staatlichemuseenzuberlin who just introduced #floralfriday with a wonderful cactus flower 🤗 – make sure you have a look! Inspired by that we have a special #ParadisusVindobonensis for you today: Cereus Napoleonis by Anton Hartinger. Within the exhibition ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’ our #kupferstichkabinett will show a selection of Anton Hartinger’s work that is part of the Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Hartinger studied at the #academyoffinearts and specialized in the depiction of flowers. In 1843 he started to work on a special publication: ‚Endlicher’s Paradisus vindobonensis‘. Here he shows also rare plants, in life-size. The exhibition will be on view from May 25 until August 26, 2018. And don’t forget: our hashtag challenge is still on until the start of ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’. 🌿 Anton Hartinger (Vienna 1806 – 1890 Vienna): Cereus Napoleonis, 1845. © The Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #akademiegalerie #kupferstichkabinett #vienna #drawing #flowers #flowersofinstagram #cactus #cactuslovers #cactusofinstagram
Good Morning from Vienna to Berlin with a floral tribute to @staatlichemuseenzuberlin who just introduced #floralfriday  with a wonderful cactus flower 🤗 – make sure you have a look! Inspired by that we have a special #ParadisusVindobonensis  for you today: Cereus Napoleonis by Anton Hartinger. Within the exhibition ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’ our #kupferstichkabinett  will show a selection of Anton Hartinger’s work that is part of the Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Hartinger studied at the #academyoffinearts  and specialized in the depiction of flowers. In 1843 he started to work on a special publication: ‚Endlicher’s Paradisus vindobonensis‘. Here he shows also rare plants, in life-size. The exhibition will be on view from May 25 until August 26, 2018. And don’t forget: our hashtag challenge is still on until the start of ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’. 🌿 Anton Hartinger (Vienna 1806 – 1890 Vienna): Cereus Napoleonis, 1845. © The Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna #akademiegalerie  #kupferstichkabinett  #vienna  #drawing  #flowers  #flowersofinstagram  #cactus  #cactuslovers  #cactusofinstagram 
Moving through #akademiegalerie 👣👣👣 After the Italian paintings in the red room we are now entering this green room, hosting Dutch paintings from the 17th century.  #dutchpainting #paintingsgallery #arthistory #finearts #academyoffinearts #vienna
We hope you enjoyed this weekend with all its beautiful flowers. We are counting the days now until the new exhibition by our #kupferstichkabinett: ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’ 🤗 We will show a selection of Anton Hartinger’s work that is part of the Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Hartinger studied at the #academyoffinearts and specialized in the depiction of flowers. In 1843 he started to work on a special publication: ‚Endlicher’s Paradisus vindobonensis‘. Here he shows also rare plants, in life-size. The exhibition will be on view from May 25 until August 26, 2018. Get in the mood for it and share your flowery pics now under #ParadisusVindobonensis! Our hashtag challenge is on until the start of our special exhibition ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’ May 25th. 🌿 Anton Hartinger (Wien 1806 – 1890 Wien) © The Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Daubentonia punicea, 1846 #akademiegalerie #kupferstichkabinett #vienna #drawing #flowers #flowersofinstagram
We hope you enjoyed this weekend with all its beautiful flowers. We are counting the days now until the new exhibition by our #kupferstichkabinett : ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’ 🤗 We will show a selection of Anton Hartinger’s work that is part of the Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Hartinger studied at the #academyoffinearts  and specialized in the depiction of flowers. In 1843 he started to work on a special publication: ‚Endlicher’s Paradisus vindobonensis‘. Here he shows also rare plants, in life-size. The exhibition will be on view from May 25 until August 26, 2018. Get in the mood for it and share your flowery pics now under #ParadisusVindobonensis ! Our hashtag challenge is on until the start of our special exhibition ‘Paradisus Vindobonensis’ May 25th. 🌿 Anton Hartinger (Wien 1806 – 1890 Wien) © The Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna Daubentonia punicea, 1846 #akademiegalerie  #kupferstichkabinett  #vienna  #drawing  #flowers  #flowersofinstagram