The approximately 150 objects of this selection extend from the early Middle Ages to the twentieth century and represent wide spectrum of the applied art genres. More >>
The permanent exhibition comprises approximately 400 artworks of outstanding quality and features the creation of the museum's collections and the their constant expansion in the past one and a half century.
The permanent exhibition opened in 2000 in the Nagytétény Mansion Museum features the most significant pieces of the Furniture Collection at the Museum of Applied Arts. More >>
Thanks to planned acquisition, the Museum of Applied Arts is proud to own a unique Art Nouveau collection which represents both the Hungarian and European development of this style. More >>
The exhibition "Art Deco and Modernism - Interior design in Hungary, 1920-1940" in 2012 featured more than 200 objects from the museum's collection. More >>
The Museum of Applied Arts is proud to own the second richest collection of the 15th - 17th century Ottoman-Turkish carpets in the world. More >>
The Islamic artefacts form an important part of the collections at the Museum of Applied Arts. Specially valued are the collection of Ottoman--Turkish objects which include wide spectrum of works of art from the weapons, textiles made from silk and saddles through ceramics. More >>
Highlights of the contemporary design objects purchased by the Museum of Applied Arts after 1990.
The book "Charming Trifles" compiled by Donka Maros (1948-1994) and published in 2000 gives an elaborate overview of the collection of fans at the Museum of Applied Arts. More >>
Ovid's Metamorphoses was one of the most popular literal works in the early modern history. The themes from the antique mythology written in readable and poetic form being funny, heroic or morally edifying served as an inexhaustible source for the donators/commissioners, the artists and the craftsmen. More >>
During the last half decade the museum's collections were enriched by more than 1500 new acquisitions. Out of these purchases this selection features almost 40 outstanding contemporary and historical objects.
The Archive at the Museum of Applied Arts owns numerous archive photographs about interiors of palaces and villas in Budapest around 1900. More >>
In the course of the 19th and 20th century numerous decorative art objects of outstanding significance of private aristocratic collections were removed from Hungary to other foreign countries. More >>
The Archives of Museum of Applied Arts hold a number of photographs of prominent personalities, exhibitions and other events from the history of the Museum, established in 1872. The present virtual exhibition features a selection of these photographs, providing an overview of the nearly one-and-a-half-century long history of the museum.
Among the liturgical objects of orthodox Christianity several boxwood or horny carvings adorned with miniature scenes and inserted in metal mountings have been passed down to us. More >>