Rosengart Museum

The Rosengart Collection (property of a foundation established by Angela Rosengart in 1992) has been accessible to the public in its entirety – f0r the first time ever – since March 2002. The collection, which comprises some 220 works and focuses primarily on French painting from 1870 to the 20th century, is presented over an exhibition area of some 1250 square metres.

The exhibits are arranged around three main themes.  The ground floor is home to the Pablo Picasso collection, with a special focus on the artist’s later work; the lower ground floor accommodates the Paul Klee collection; and the first floor is devoted to important works by more than 20 further artists from the Impressionist and Classic Modernist movements. *

Rosengart Museum

Rosengart Museum

*From the museum guide pamphlet.

12 Comments CherryPie on Dec 19th 2013

12 Responses to “Rosengart Collection”

  1. ....peter:) says:

    It is wonderful to see that true art is still being shown in public galleries rather than being in the possession of a private collector Cherie…
    this seems to be a wonderful place to spend a few days….peter:0

  2. Ayush says:

    really like the nice, clean lines formed by the building. quite solid looking too

  3. Ginnie says:

    I can imagine it’s an art-lover’s paradise, Cherry.

  4. ubermouth says:

    Did you have a favourite painting, Cherie?

  5. Is this better than the Wallace Collection? ;)