Of European art galleries

European Art Galleries

• Krakow (Poland)

Czartoryski Museum (Krakow)
Started in 1796 by Princess Izabela Czartoryska, it contains woman with an Ermine, by Leonardo da Vinci, Portrait of a Man by Raphael (later stolen). Various other features consist of Greek vases, Roman and Egyptian antiquities, and Limoges enamels.

• Lille (France)

Palais des Beaux-Arts (Lille)
Started in 1809, utilizing the 2nd largest art collection in France following the Louvre. It has Antiquities, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque art, plus modern and contemporary painting and sculpture.

• London (Britain)

Established in 1753, it is one of the most extensive art galleries in the world. Its permanent collection comes with over 8 million antiquities and cultural art objects.

Established by Samuel Courtauld, it houses an outstanding number of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Fauvist and Expressionist paintings.

Homes the Brit state number of paintings and sculptures produced before 1900.

Homes the planet's biggest collection of portraiture (200, 000 portraits).

Among the best personal art galleries in Europe, this collection, amassed by the Kings and Queens of England, includes very nearly 50, 000 paintings and drawings, with 150, 000 old master images.

Founded by the Iraqi-born Uk collector Charles Saatchi, it is Britain's foremost museum of modern art.

Established by Sir Henry Tate, it includes the Tate Britain (founded 1897), and Tate contemporary (opened 2000), Tate Liverpool (opened 1988), and Tate St Ives (opened 1993). The Tate range features over 66, 000 works.

Gets the earth's many extensive assortment of ornamental art and design. The creation of Prince Albert, husband of Queen Victoria.

• Madrid (Spain)

World's many substantial installation of Spanish artwork, by Old Masters like: El Greco, Diego Velazquez, Bartolome Esteban Murillo, Jose de Ribera, Francisco de Zurbaran. Set up by King Charles III of Spain in 1785. It really is among the best art galleries in European countries.

Spain's national museum of twentieth century art (usually referred to as Sofia) contains essential choices of Spain's two leading 20th century masters, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali, such as the iconic Guernica, plus functions: Juan Gris, Joan Miro, Eduardo Chillida, Antoni Tapies yet others.

Thyssen Museum
Features a significant assortment of 14th-Century and 15th-Century Italian paintings by Duccio di Buoninsegna along with his contemporaries, plus Netherlandish Renaissance painters. Baroque and late-19th very early 20th-Century types are also featured.

• Moscow (Russia)

Organized by Ivan Vladimirovich Tsvetaev and exposed in 1912, this is actually the largest Moscow assortment of European fine art. It includes functions Impressionist and Post-Impressionist musicians, including Van Gogh, Gauguin, Picasso, and Matisse.

Started by Pavel Tretyakov, it has the entire world's greatest holding of Russian icons, and Russian art.

• Munich (Germany)

One of the best art museums in European countries, the complex comprises three major free galleries in Munich's Kunstareal: The Alte Pinakothek (Old Masters to 1700), The Neue Pinakothek (1700-1900), in addition to Pinakothek der Moderne (20th Century).

• Naples (Italy)

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