We visited the MAK after 6.00pm on a Tuesday evening when entrance to the Museum is free. The main draw for us was Gustav Klimt’s sketch for the Tree of Life. The sketch was really interesting especially as it contains the artist’s notes for the Stoclet Frieze in Brussels. Next to Klimt’s sketch is a work by Margaret Macdonald, the wife of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, which was also impressive. On a negative note, the lighting wasn’t particularly good for viewing in this room.
Despite the free entrance, staff were friendly and helpful. We tried to make up for getting in for free by buying a few items in the museum’s shop.
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