Finnish National Gallery - Art Collections

Sinebrychoff Art Museum

The basis of the Sinebrychoff Art Museum is a donation made by Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff in 1921. In the collection are to be found the Finnish nation's most valuable and internationally significant paintings of Old Masters. The Museum's collection also comprises of other private collections of foreign art.

The collections give a good view to old European art from the 14th century till the 1850s. The collections also comprise of Swadish portraits, icons, prints and a fine collection of miniatures. Glass objects, porcelain and silverware as well as some sculptures, clocks and furniture are also present in the collection.