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Exhibition at The Belvedere traces the impact of Maria Theresa's cultural commitment

The Belvedere has seized Maria Theresa?s 300th birthday as an occasion to elucidate her relationship to the visual arts. For the exhibition, curator Georg Lechner has brought to light a number of exciting details. For example, Maria Theresa was extremely openminded and unbiased in her approach to art. Comprising some 120 works, the show traces the impact of the Austrian sovereign?s cultural commitment on posterity.
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