The Fanny and Paul Sinebrychoff House Museum on the second floor is all ready for Christmas. The tables have been laid with damask linen tablecloths and the finest porcelain. The gorgeous Christmas tree has been decorated with paper roses. The scent of cinnamon and cloves linger in the air. The tables are set for Christmas in the style of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. During the day, you can enjoy a warm atmosphere accompanied by music.
festive music on the grand piano
Christmas songs and classic festive music in the House Museum. Pianist Olivier Wu.
The exhibition Peder Balke – The Spell of the Arctic is on display on the 1st floor of the museum. The Norwegian painter Peder Balke (1804–1887) is one of the most fascinating exponents of Romantic painting in Northern Europe. The views he saw on his trip to Northern Norway dominated his paintings throughout his life and Arctic landscapes became his hallmark.
Meet a guide
Peder Balke – The Spell of the Arctic
Meet a guide while exploring the exhibition, and pause for a moment to listen and to exchange ideas on the works and exhibition themes.
On Wihuri Day, Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation offers every visitor free admission to the Sinebrychoff Art Museum and Kiasma.