Around 100 works by grand masters are currently on display at Vienna's winter palace.
The paintings are from the Dresden Picture Gallery, an important collection amassed by the electors of Saxony, in particular August II "The Strong" (1670-1733) and his son August III (1696-1763).
The exhibition includes works by Bellotto, Reni, Rembrandt, Titian, Van Dyck, Velázquez and Watteau.
Divided into seven sections, the show traces the origins and development of the collection, and highlights themes such as the Saxon court, portraiture, landscape and still lifes, and the significant role of the Dresden Academy of Art.
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Rembrandt - Titian - Bellotto: Spirit and splendour of the Dresden Picture Gallery
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