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Munkácsy Trilogy PDF Print Email
Client: Imre Pákh
Format: Website

Legacy of Munkácsy 360° virtual tour

In 1882 Munkácsy painted Christ in front of Pilate, followed by Golgotha in 1884. The trilogy was completed with Ecce Homo in 1896. Nowdays all three paintings are exhibited in Museum Déri in Debrecen. This 360° virtual tour belongs to a series of similar projects and focuses on Munkácsy's legacy in Hungary by showing the Trilogy together with his personal heritage exhibited in the Munkácsy Museum of Békéscsaba.

 

Number of panoramic images: 4

Languages: English, Hungarian

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Munkácsy Exhibition in the Hermitage Museum PDF Print Email
Client: Imre Pákh
Format: Website

Munkácsy Exhibition in the Hermitage 360° virtual tour

The first independent exhibition of 19th century realist painter Mihály Munkácsy’s work at St. Petersburg’s Hermitage Museum was held in spring 2018. The exhibition has been organized by the State Hermitage in conjunction with the Museum of Fine Arts – Hungarian National Gallery in Budapest and Imre Pákh, the New York-based collector and President of the International Mihály Munkácsy Foundation. A total of 65 works have been exhibited including the Woman Carrying Brushwood, the portrait of Franz Liszt, a smaller version of his monumental Golgotha trilogy and the Yawning Apprentice.
This 360° virtual tour belongs to a series of similar projects and focuses on Munkácsy's legacy in Hungary and worldwide.

 

Number of panoramic images: 22

Languages: English, Hungarian

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Matthias Church Exhibition in Budapest History Museum PDF Print Email
Client: Budapest History Museum (BTM)
Format: Website

Matthias Church Exhibition 360° virtual tour

The Budapest History Museum has joined forces recently with the Matthias Church to bring visitors a grandiose dual exhibition about the profound history of the Buda Castle Coronation Church of Our Lady. Among various objects the exhibition contains a generous sampling of the enormous collection of architectural drawings dating back to the time of the great 19th-century reconstruction. The exhibition, entitled Matthias Church – Centuries in the Church of Our Lady in Buda Castle, is the most monumental historical project in the history of the Budapest History Museum.

The exhibition has a separate section dedicated to the 19th century ornamental decoration and wall paintings of the church in an upstairs gallery. One of the main attractions of the exhibit is probably the vast plaster model that Frigyes Schulek made for the Matthias Church: though it was damaged during the Second World War, it is still a marvellous relic of the history of Hungarian architecture.

Our 360° virtual tour provides a detailed analysis of the history of the church by showing lots of museum items with detailed descriptions.

 

Number of panoramic images: 32

Languages: English, Hungarian

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Roman Hall at the Museum of Fine Arts PDF Print Email
Client: Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary
Format: Website

Roman Hall at the Museum of Fine Arts 360° virtual tour

Elaborately covered with colorful murals, this medieval-style cultural space was severely damaged during World War II and has been closed to visitors for seven decades. More than 1,000 liters of preservative and five and a half kilograms of gold sheeting went into the restoration of the century-old Roman Hall at the Museum of Fine Arts. Functioning as a storage place for several decades, this richly decorated attraction was one of the most neglected areas of the museum. Our virtual tour documents this enormous restoration work since panoramic images were taken before and after renovation.

 

Number of panoramic images: 26

Languages: English, Hungarian

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Gun Foundry in Sárospatak PDF Print Email
Client: Gun Foundry Museum, Sárospatak, Hungary
Format: Website

Gun Foundry in Sárospatak 360° virtual tour

The Gun Foundry of György Rákóczi I was excavated next to the famous castle of Sárospatak between 2006 and 2011. The exhibition about gun founding and the uncovered remains are now displayed in a modern building. This virtual tour showcases both the excavation & reconstruction works and the newly opened museum exhibition.

 

Number of panoramic images: 19

Languages: English, Hungarian

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