25 September - 12 December 2010
Royal Academy of Arts, London

This exhibition showcased the breadth and wealth of one of the finest collections in Central Europe. The exhibition comprised works from the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest with additional key loans from the Hungarian National Gallery, including the portrait of Pope Leo XIII by de László, painted in 1900. 

The show featured over 200 works and included paintings, drawings and sculpture from the early Renaissance to the twentieth century. Selected works by artists including Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, El Greco, Rubens, Goya, Manet, Schiele, Gaugin and Picasso were on display, many of which had not previously been shown in the UK.