Brueghel, Rubens, Jordaens... Masterpieces of European Paintings from the Hochenbuchau Collection

Frans Snyders (1579–1657) Still Life with Monkey, Squirrel and Cat, c. 1635/40, LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM
Frans Snyders (1579–1657) Still Life with Monkey, Squirrel and Cat, c. 1635/40, LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM

The private Hohenbuchau Collection, comprising around 100 masterpieces of Dutch, Flemish, German, Italian and Spanish painting, has been administered by the LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM as a permanent loan since 2007. From May 2011 this superb collection will be presented to the public for the first time in its entirety.


The focus of the collection is seventeenth-century painting, in particular that of the Dutch and Flemish Baroque. The exhibition will thus seek to illustrate this epoch and its schools with the full spectrum of pictorial genres, including history painting, portraits, genre paintings, landscapes and still lifes. 

Related pages

Comments and reviews

Nobody has written any comments or reviews yet. Why not be the first to have your say?

Write a comment or review

Contact information

Map

Get the App!