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The former private home of British architect Sir John Soane, this museum is notable for its whimsical multi-level interiors. An avid collector of art, Soane filled his picture gallery to...
The 9,000-piece collection of Vienna’s Museum of Modern Art (known as Mumok) was shown in numerous underwhelming spaces before finally settling in the MuseumsQuartier in 2001—an indication of how little...
Serious pampering and luxe amenities are expected by guests who book at iconic Las Ventanas, in Mexico’s Cabo, but what they may not be anticipating is the inspired art collection...
LACMA’s extensive collection ranges from its noted Islamic, Japanese and Korean holdings to European masterworks by Rembrandt, La Tour and Chardin to such contemporary canvases as (my favorite) David Hockney’s...
Austria: Vienna: What to See & Do: Museums & Galleries: Museum of Fine Arts (Kunsthistorisches Museum)
After modern luminous spaces like those found in the Leopold and the Albertina, the somberly lit exhibit halls of the Fine Art Museum can seem a bit dated, but the...
Established in 1872, the Museum of Applied Arts in Budapest is on a par with those found in Vienna and London. The fanciful Art Nouveau building alone warrants a visit...
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