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A further focus of the museum is on the Austrian interwar period, which brought out many important artists like Albin Egger-Lienz, Anton Kolig and Herbert Boeckl and partly points already in the direction of the second half of the twentieth century. This is why Austrian artists of the post war generation or exceptional works of the nineteenth century by Ferdinand Georg WaldmĂĽller, Friedrich Gauermann, August von Pettenkofen, Anton Romako, Emil Jakob Schindler, Carl Schuch and others are repeatedly presented.
Substantial and amazingly modernly designed everyday objects of the Fin de SiĂ¨cle round up the collection, whereby especially Otto Wagner, Adolf Loos, Dagobert Peche and the founders of the Wiener WerkstĂ¤tte Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser have to be cited.
And since all the great artists of the Wiener Moderne met on a regular basis in the epochal coffee houses for inspiring exchanges, it goes without saying that also at the Leopold Museum a coffee house must have its place. At the â€śCafĂ© Leopoldâ€ť you can relax and review your visit of the Leopold collection which was brought together over the course of five decades by Rudolf Leopold and his wife Elisabeth and now comprises over 5,000 art objects.
Daily 10am-6pm, Th 10am-9pm. Closed Tuesdays except Jun-Aug.
Adult: â‚¬12. Reduced: â‚¬7-9. Family Tickets: 2 adults + 2 children (under 18 years) â‚¬25, 2 adults + 2 children (under 18 years) â‚¬15. Children under 7 years, tourist guides: free. Discount ticket packages available for combined visits at other museums (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Madame Tussauds). Guided Tours: 1 guide: max. 25 persons (60 min.) â‚¬90, after 6pm â‚¬125.
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