The collection of foreign art of the National Museum in Belgrade consists of 1,100 paintings and sculptures, mostly by European artists, in the chronological range from the 14th to the 20th century. From the first acquisitions until today, the Collection has had the role of encouraging the understanding of other cultures, but also of positioning Serbia in the cultural, social, and political space of Europe and the world. The core of the Collection is a gift from the Slovak painter Bertold Lipaj from 1891 when the National Museum received 70 works by Italian and Venetian artists.

In this exhibition you can see selected works from the collection, digitized by scanning with a 3D surface scanner which allows you to experience these works of art as if you are in a museum.