The most expensive museums of painting Automatic translate
Not always spiritual enrichment is affordable for ordinary tourists. If we compare the prices of entrance tickets to museums of painting, it becomes clear that the pleasure of seeing the originals and reproductions of world famous artists costs a lot of money.
In Zurich there is Museum Buehrle, which is considered the most expensive museum in the world. It is located in the villa of Emil Georg Bürle, and more than 200 works by French post-impressionists and impressionists are represented in this museum. There is also a picture of Vincent Van Gogh "Self-portrait."
They will require a lot from a visitor who wants to enter the complex of the Vatican Museums. In it you can see about 50 thousand exhibits, which are located in many halls (in total there are 1,400). In the Vatican Pinakothek, for example, the works of Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael Santi and other representatives of European and Byzantine painting are placed. Although this complex can be accessed for free, this opportunity appears on the last Sunday of every month. For this, of course, you have to defend a very long line.
The Hermitage branch in Amsterdam is also not cheap. The museum hosts various exhibitions, often related to Russia. By the way, for people under 17 years of age, a visit to the Hermitage in Amstel will not cost a dime.
Kunsthaus - the most expensive Swiss art repository in the world. This museum is considered the largest in Switzerland, mainly paintings by local artists are presented here.
Among the most expensive art museums and the multi-level Center Pompidou in Paris. There are paintings by Picasso, Mathis, Chagall, Dali, Kandinsky, Warhol and others.
A visit to the Vincent Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam is also not cheap. It contains a huge collection of drawings and paintings by a famous artist, of which his children’s works are of particular interest. In the same city is the City Museum, which is also known as the Rijksmuseum. In it you can admire the canvases of Rembrandt, Hals, Vermeer, Reusdal, Wall, Hoch. However, Rembrandt’s Night Watch is of the greatest value.
Text: Angelina Mikhaylyuk