There are many Christkindlmarkts in Vienna. This particular one below was in between the KHM (one of the best art museums I've visited yet - the Hapsburgs were quite the collectors) and the NHM which I did not visit this time. At this market, I bought a beautiful ring. It looks like a Pomellato knockoff, with Swarovski crystals. After wandering around the market, I walked over to the the Leopold gallery... so delightful. That day the KHM and the Leopold were open late although I visited before it was too late in the day.
The first print is one of Kolo Moser's iconic posters. Kolo was a founder of Secessionism with Klimt. The second is Paul Klee, "Diana", from 1931, and the last is Claude Monet of course.
Only the Kolo piece is "native" to the museum, the other two were from the Beyeler Fondation in Basel Switzerland. The Leopold was hosting several important pieces of art from the Beyeler Fondation. What a stroke of luck to see them. I now feel I must go to Basel.