A museum of old European art
Our collections include the most valuable and internationally significant paintings by old masters held in Finland, dating from the 14th century up to the 1850s. Our collection includes approximately 6500 national treasures; works of art that we all own together.
The heart of the museum is the unique home of Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff, which is on permanent display on the second floor of the building. The art collection of the Sinebrychoffs, including furniture and objects, was bequeathed to the Finnish state in 1921.
The research and exhibition activities of the Sinebrychoff Art Museum increase the impact of old European art in Finland and improve the recognition of our holdings internationally. The art collection is being systematically expanded.
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Finnish National Gallery
The Finnish National Gallery is Finland’s largest art museum organisation and a national cultural institution.