Originally, the Imperial Furniture Collection was the furniture store of the Habsburgs. Today, with 165,000 objects, it is one of the largest furniture collections in the world.
We shall enjoy a guided tour through parts of this collection and will visit highlights such as the Egyptian cabinet of Empress Maria Ludovica, the precious secretary of Marie Antoinette, the famous portrait of Empress Elisabeth by Franz Xaver Winterhalter or the Turkish room of Crown Prince Rudolf.
Greeting by Ms. Anja Hasenlechner, Head of Department V/2 Historical Collections, Federal Ministry Digitalisation and Economic Affairs
Guided tour by Dr. Marlene Ott-Wodni, research associate of the Department V/2 Historische Collections, Federal Ministry of Digitalisation and Economic Affairs.
Author of the publication “Die Wohnkultur der habsburgischen Prinzen im 19. Jahrhundert – Kaiser Maximilian von Mexiko, Kronprinz Rudolf, Erzherzog Franz”.
Ferdinand and her Castles”, Vienna/Cologne/Weimar 2019
Tuesday, 17 September 2019, 16h
Meeting point at Entrance Counter, Andreasgasse 6, 1070 Vienna,
Afterwards there is the possibility of a cosy evening in the Café Restaurant Depot.
Limited number of participants.
For registration please contact Brigitte Lüth, firstname.lastname@example.org until 10 September 2019.