• Egon Schiele, Self-Portrait with Chinese Lantern Plant, 1912 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 454
  • Egon Schiele, Portrait of Wally Neuzil, 1912 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 453
  • Gustav Klimt, Death and Life, 1910/15 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 630
  • Gustav Klimt, On Lake Attersee, 1900 © Leopold Museum, Vienna
  • Egon Schiele, The Hermits, 1912 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 466
  • Egon Schiele, Crescent of Houses ll ("Island Town") © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 456
  • Koloman Moser, Inlaid Armoire from the Eisler-Terramare Apartment Bedroom, 1903 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 4150
  • Koloman Moser, Fauteuil used for the XVlll. Secessions Exhibit and the Entrance Hall of the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, 1903 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 4354
  • Egon Schiele, Moa, 1911 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 2310
  • Gustav Klimt, Approaching Thunderstorm (The Large Poplar ll), 1903 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 2008
  • Egon Schiele, Mother and Daughter, 1913 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 1436
  • Gustav Klimt, Study for "Judith ll", c. 1908 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 1376
  • Richard Gerstl, Semi-Nude Self-Portrait, 1904/05 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 637
  • Oskar Kokoschka, The Croci - Dolomite Landscape, 1913 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 624
  • Oskar Kokoschka, Self-Portrait, One Hand Touching the Face, 1918/19 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 623
  • Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller, The Interrupted Pilgrimage ("The Sick Pilgrim), 1858 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 481
  • Egon Schiele, Levitation (The Blind ll), 1915 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 467
  • Egon Schiele, Seated Male Nude (Self-Portrait) © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 465
  • Egon Schiele, Cardinal and Nun (Caress), 1912 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 455
  • Egon Schiele, Setting Sun, 1913 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 625
  • Egon Schiele, Self-Portrait with Lowered Head, 1912 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 462
  • Egon Schiele, Autumn Tree in Stirred Air (Winter Tree), 1912 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 449

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Masterpieces of the viennese secessionist and modernist movements as well as austrian expressionism

 

The Leopold Collection is one of the most important collections of modern Austrian art in the world. The more than 5,000 exhibits were collected by Rudolf and his wife Elisabeth Leopold over a period of five decades. In 1994, the Collection was consolidated by Rudolf Leopold with the assistance of the Republic of Austria and the Austrian National Bank into the Leopold Museum Private Foundation - a non-profit private foundation.

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