Adattar The Archive’s collection comprises a wealth of documents concerning Hungarian art and art history from the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as the registers of certain past periodicals. The material kept here consists mainly of written documents, but also includes photos, prints, drawings and designs. The Archive has approximately 220 fonds. Researchers must pre-register. For the list of funds please click here (In Hungarian).

Address:
1097 Tóth Kálmán u. 4. B.6.44.
Phone:
+36-1-3759011, +36-1-2246700/4239, /4201
Opening hours:
Tuesday 10-13, 14-17, Friday 10-14
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The collection includes biographical and bibliographical data, articles and small prints from Hungarian and Hungarian artists. The collection is based on Gyula Szentiványi's collection of notes and small prints who planned to write the 'Encyclopædia of Hungarian Art' in the first half of the 20th century. The first volume of the series called János Szendrei and Gyula Szentiványi appeared in 1915, but no further volumes were released. The collection of data was continued by the Institute of Art History and its predecesors. Nowadays, the collection of books has several million items. For the digitalized manuscript please click here (In Hungarian).

 

Address:
1097 Tóth Kálmán u. 4. B.6.30.
Phone:
+36-1-2246700/4160
Opening hours:
Tuesday, Friday 10-16
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The Collection of Archival Extracts of the Institute for Art History collects data from different national, regional and local archives that are considered significant from an art historical point of view or that could be profitable for art historical research. The systematic research and gathering of data started in 1950. Data of the medieval, baroque and 19th century art were collected and registered from the archives in Hungary that showed relevance for art historical research. As a result of this systematic work, more than 300 000 regestae/index cards have been produced by now. The collection was further enriched by purchases of bequests, by donations, records or data taken over from other institutions. The collection has been fully digitalized, please click here for online consultation (in Hungarian).

 

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The Photographic Collection of the Institute of Art History of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences is consisted of photographs of Hungarian art objects, artists and buildings without any time and geographic boundaries. The Analog Collection was formed between 1955 and 2003. The Photographic Collection accumulated over half a century ago reflects the research and publishing activities of the institute. The collection currently counts some 80,000 recordings. The online digitized material of the Photobook is available to the general public currently recording about 80,000 hits. The collection has been fully digitalized, please click here for the online catalogue (in Hungarian). 

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