History of the Museum
The artist's work enlivens and decorate the whole house, from the large-scale pictures, figures and objects created specially for it, to the furniture; from decorative fabrics to the bronze figure of "Queen Esther" on the terrace. All epochs of Fuchs' creation are represented here. Early pictures can be found alongside new works and future plans like the monumental model of a multi-functional building. The realisation of his own architecture is the last challenge for Ernst Fuchs as a creative artist, as other Austrian artists such as Hundertwasser, Brauer or Kumpf have found.
Many visitors discover the villa on one of the so-called "Jugendstil tours". To offer the visitors something more than the pure attraction of the building, sculptures have been erected in the garden surrounding the house, and, at the entrance to the "Kunstpark", there is a small gallery for prints, art calendars, books and catalogues. Extensive tours of the house are enjoyed by people from across the world. For those who wish to come again, the house can be rented for small occasions and cocktail parties, possibly in the company of Fuchs himself, as once Ben Tiber might have entertained. For admirers of Fuchs' work, a catalogue of his art is available at the villa.