Project: Pieter Bruegel exhibition Beneficiary: Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna (KHM) Budget: 150.000 euro Duration: 2018-2020 The Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna (KHM) is dedicating the world’s first major monograph exhibition to Pieter Bruegel the Elder. 2019 sees the 450th anniversary of the dead Bruegel. The collection consists for a significant part of art collection of the Habsburg monarchy. The collection of paintings focuses on the old masters from the 15th to 18th century.
Project: digital disclosure of 'the Seasons', series of paintings of Pieter Bruegel the Elder Beneficiary : Kunsthistorisch Museum Vienna Amount: 55 000 euro Duration: January 2020 - October 2021 Based on the succesful retrospective exhibition 'Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Once in a lifetime' in 2019, the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna (KHM) has, with financial support from the Flemish government, developed an instrument to digitally collect and analyze Bruegel's works and make it accessible to a wide audience (insidebruegel.net). The huge success of this exhibition and website led to the
Protocol to the Agreement on Cooperation and Customs Union between the EEC and the Republic of San Marino consequent upon the accession of Austria, Finland and Sweden to the EU
Summary: This protocol allows these Member States to become party to the Agreement. Signed: 30/10/1997 Sanctioned and promulgated: 02/02/2001 International ratification 16/11/2001 Provisional application: 30/10/1997 Entry into force: 01/04/2002 pdf file350_Agreement in English.pdf (188 KB) pdf file350_Decreet.pdf (284 KB)
Summary: Treaty concerning the accession of Norway, Austria, Finland and Sweden to the EU. Signed: 24/06/1994 Sanctioned and promulgated: 21/12/1994 International ratification: 29/12/1994 Entry into force: 01/01/1995 pdf file333_Agreement in English.pdf (28.56 MB) pdf file333_Minutes of the signing.pdf (253 KB) pdf file333_Decreet.pdf (257 KB) http://publications.europa.eu/resource/cellar/2ffd0243-f4d6-4c08-9edb-bdc57b73c5c5.0004.02/DOC_1