Danubiana’s permanent collection of modern art is also complemented by exceptional and unique works of painters, sculptors and photographers that have been loaned them to the museum. These works along with those from the Meulensteen and Danubiana collections give all fans of visual arts a broader perception of art and present a balanced view of various styles, tendencies and differences between individual art schools, forms of creation and creativity and artistic approaches to art. Many of these works become the ownership of our museum after certain period of time because several of these artists eventually decide to donate their works to the Danubiana to bring joy to our visitors. And for this we are all extremely thankful.





  • Rudolf Sikora (SK) – Square for Malevich | 1981/2015 | print | 130 x 120 cm
  • Ivan Pavle (SK) – Golden fish | 2015 | oil and acrylic on canvas | 388 x 280 cm
  • Daniel Brunovský (SK) – At the photographer | 2012 | oil on canvas | 140 x 100 cm
  • Hermann Nitsch (A) – Stations of the cross | 1994 | oil on jute | 200 x 300 cm
  • Rudolf Sikora (SK) – Big Topic | 2007 – 2008 | acrylic, wood and canvas | 445 x 901 cm
  • Laco Teren (SK) – Lotophags | 2004 | acrylic on canvas | 205 x 500 cm
  • Miroslav Cipár (SK) – Group portrait | 2008 | acrylic on wood | 130 x 60 x 55 cm
  • Laco Teren (SK) – Big fish | 2015 | acrylic on canvas | 270 x 550 cm
  • Karl Prantl (A) – Sign | 2000 | stone | 41 x 25 x 23 cm