More than 200,000 visitors have already visited the Bosch exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, which runs for one more week.
The museum told MTI on Saturday that the exhibition, which closes on Sunday, July 17th, will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on the last weekend, from Friday to Sunday.
Between Hell and Paradise. The Enigmatic World of Hieronymus Bosch has become one of the most visited exhibitions in the museum’s history, with more than 200,000 visitors since it opened on April 9th, they said.
Már csak egy hétig látható a Szépművészeti Bosch-kiállítása – Ne maradj le róla!
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Közzétette: Szépművészeti Múzeum – 2022. július 8., péntek
They explained that the exhibition, which brings to life the unique world of the German-born master and evokes the intellectual and visual culture of the late Middle Ages, includes almost half of his entire oeuvre: ten paintings, including The Last Judgement triptych from Bruges, the Ship of Fools (Paris, Musée du Louvre), the Adoration of the Magi (New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art), St. John the Evangelist on Patmos (Berlin, Gemäldegalerie), and Ecce Homo (Frankfurt, Städel Museum).
The Museum of Fine Arts will host an exhibition of Henri Matisse’s works from June 30th to mid-October, and a comprehensive El Greco exhibition will open at the end of October.
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