Death suits her
The Baroque Johann Michael Rottmayr did it. Anselm Feuerbach did it. Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, and Oskar Kokoschka did it. They all used dying as their subject. Death and art are bound together by a powerful relationship, and they always have been. Since the medieval Crucifixion panels, Baroque still lifes, or Klimt’s lascivious Judith, countless pictures have called out to us: “Memento mori. Remember that you’re mortal!” This tour gets to the heart of what moves people: things that are amusing and tragic, thrilling and often surprising about this life, the afterlife, and whatever may lie “in between.”
* This price is a lump sum for a sixty-minute guided tour for groups of max. 25 people during standard opening hours. Should your group comprise more than 25 people, we will arrange additional guided tours at the applicable rate. Excl. entrance tickets.
For exclusive evening tours outside of opening hours, please contact our event department via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please arrive at the respective meeting point no later than 15 minutes before the start of the event.
In addition, we ask you to comply with our Visitor Regulations for the entire duration of the event.
Our museum educators are equipped with Silent Systems that have been thoroughly disinfected. We ask you to use personal headphones (standard 3.5 mm connector) whenever possible for sanitary reasons. Alternatively, headphones will be provided on site.
Tickets for the event *
Upper Belvedere | OB
Prinz Eugen-Straße 27