The Residenz Gallery was founded in 1923, shortly after the fall of the Austrian Monarchy. The collection here focuses on art between the 16th and 19th centuries.
Inside you will find masterworks from artists such as Rembrandt, Rubens, Brueghel, Waldmüller and many others. One section of the gallery is dedicated to artistic impressions of Salzburg, which gives visitors an idea of how these artists saw the city hundreds of years ago.
The Residenz Gallery is located in the east wing of the Residenz, in the center of Salzburg’s old town. The rooms in which the artworks are displayed date from the 1600s, and were previously used as audience chambers and drawing rooms. The stucco ceilings here were commissioned in the 18th century, and are almost as impressive as the artwork itself.
The gallery can be visited on its own, but is also included in the entrance price to the Residenz itself, which costs only a few Euros more than entrance to the gallery alone. An audio guide is also available to guide you around.
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