Painting GalleryThe heart of the Kunsthistorisches Museum is its collection of paintings, which includes works by Tintoretto, Bruegel, Rubens, Dürer, and Raphael. However, there’s a lot more to see! The most famous works include The Art of Painting, a self-portrait by Rubens, The Hunters in the Snow by Bruegel, and Caravaggio’s David with the Head of Goliath.
Egyptian and Near-East CollectionThe approximately 17,000 objects in the Egyptian Oriental Collection comprise one of the largest collections of Egyptian art anywhere. Above all, ancient Egyptian sculptures that came into the possession of the Habsburgs between the 16th and 19th centuries are on display here.
Collection of Greek and Roman AntiquitiesDiscoveries from the ancient world including a votive statue of a man from Cyprus, a sarcophagus featuring a battle between the Greeks and the Amazons, and a mosaic of Theseus form the core of the KHM's extensive collection of antiquities.
Numismatic CollectionThe Coin Collection features artifacts from Ancient Greece and Rome as well as Celtic, Byzantine, Persian, and Chinese coins and is sure to delight fans of numismatics.