I like the way they spiced up the front yard of the National Museum with these huge armchairs.
26 October 2012 – 17 February 2013 in the Museum of Fine Art, Budapest.
“In our exhibition we wish to present an overview of Paul Cézanne’s oeuvre and his approach to the past through some eighty to one hundred paintings, drawings and watercolours by the artist supplemented by thirty to forty works (paintings, sculptures, gypsum copies, prints and illuminated books) by sixteenth-nineteenth-century masters.” (source)
A piece of Southeast Asia in Budapest. The Zelnik István Southeast Asin Gold Museum is a quite new (opened in 2011 Autumn) private museum on the Andrássy street. They run a tea house, too with this pretty garden. I guess when the weather will be warmer we will be back to this backyard.