Monday, December 28, 2015

Art Gallery - Albertina Museum Vienna: The Batliner Collection - Russian Painters

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Albertina Museum Vienna: The Batliner Collection Russian Painters
September 2015
The Juggler - Alexander Rodchenko (c.1935)
The Batliner Collection (in German - die Sammlung Batliner) of the Albertina Museum displays one of the largest collection of classical and modernist paintings. There are around 500 exhibits on permanent loan from Rita and Herbert Batliner who had collected them from the beginning of the 1960's. The Batliner Collection includes paintings from various masters such as Picasso and Monet.
Due to photography angle and shadow, I had cropped some of the photos; so some of the photo may not show the full painting. It's best to go to the museum and view the paintings to fully appreciate them.

As the Batliner Collection is rather large, I have separated them into several blogs. Below are the paintings by some notable Russian painters, click on the respective photos below for enlarged view:

<Go to German Painters    |   Go to Batliner Collection  |   Go to Other Painters>

Sleeping Woman With Flowers - Marc Chagall (1972)

Motherhood - Marc Chagall (1914)

The Kite - Marc Chagall (1926)

Vitebsk Village Scene - Marc Chagall (c.1924-1926)

The Great Circus - Marc Chagall (1970)

The Peacock - Natalia Goncharova (1912)

The Blue Cow - Natalia Goncharova (c.1911)

Cornfield Near Carantec - Alexej von Jawlensky (c.1905)

With Red Swallow Pattern Wallpaper - Alexej von Jawlensky (1915)

Young Girl With Flowered Hat - Alexej von Jawlensky (1910)

Study For A Landscape - Wassily Kandinsky (1910); this painting is from the Forberg Collection

Inner Alliance - Wassily Kandinsky (1929)

Natalia Goncharova Sleeping - Mikhail Larionov (c.1908-1910)

Officers' Barber - Mikhail Larionov (c.1907-1909)

Man In Suprematist Landscape - Kazimir Malevich (c.1930/31)

The Pheasant - Chaim Soutine (c.1924)

Stormy Night - Marianne von Werefkin (c.1915-1917)

Albertinaplatz 1, 1010 Vienna, Austria.
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Wed: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Thu-Sun: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

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€ 11.00
Vienna Card (Wien Karte) holders
€ 9.10
Senior citizens (aged 60 and over)
€ 9.00
Students with ID (up to age 26)
€ 8.00
Unemployed persons with AMS card€ 7.00
Ö1 Club members with ID
€ 9.90
Groups of 15 or more persons
€ 8.00 each
Children and young people (younger than 19), Friends of the Albertina,
ICOM members

no charge
Visitors with special needs€ 7.00
Visitors with the so-called Kulturpass
no charge
Guided tour fee€ 4.00


Adults€ 4.00
Reduced, Groups of 3 or more persons € 3.00
Friends of the Albertina€ 2.50
(Note:  Entry charges are at time of this blog, all charges subject to a 10% tax)

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