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The Rosengart Collection

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The Rosengart Collection

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Passenger32525403607 wrote a review Aug 2020
20 contributions5 helpful votes
The museum is amazing, because it shows many extraordinary paintings of extraordinary painters with an amazing intimacy. We feel immersed into the creations of the artists and we nearly follow the way they give birth to some paintings (photos, drawings, initial paintings, and final ones...) Simply amazing intimacy ! Thxs to Mrs Rosengart ( the video of the inauguration reflects what we felt on our in depth heart when visiting!...)
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Hylton P wrote a review Feb 2020
Yarra Valley, Australia84 contributions30 helpful votes
Do yourself a favour and view this Art Collection. It is housed in an amazing Neo-classical building, a former Swiss bank, built in 1923-4. It exhibits the largest number of Picasso paintings I have ever seen in one place, displayed in large rooms where you can really get back and appreciate them from a distance, as well as up close. The entire ground floor is devoted to the work of Picasso. The first floor has works by many other big names, Renoir, Cezanne, Matisse, Monet; the names you will know but the works may be new to you. There are many other artists I was not familiar with, but I loved their work. The basement, formally the vault, is devoted entirely to the work of Paul Klee. I would rate this a must see if you are in Lucerne. We spent approximately 90 minutes there.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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michaelesf wrote a review Jan 2020
San Francisco, California21 contributions8 helpful votes
With some free time and a gloomy, cold day, we decided to visit. The collection more than exceeded our expectations. It’s a powerhouse! More Picassos than most major art museums plus the rest of the collection is stacked with heavy hitters. The museum is compact and well laid out. Staff provided us with an English language guide to the art. The location is less than five minutes from the station. Put this place on your Lucerne itinerary.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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RSM123123 wrote a review Jan 2020
Plano, Texas648 contributions88 helpful votes
Great collection of Picasso works, along with a substantial displays of other artists (Klee, Max Liebermann, and other Impressionist and Classic Modernist artists). Good location near railroad station, in a wonderful building. $18 CHF.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Jackie H wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom353 contributions103 helpful votes
This has a collection of works by Picasso, major Impressionists and Paul Klee.They were donated by Ms Rosengart and represent her family's role in art dealing. She was a friend and muse of Picasso and there are a few wonderful portraits of her. There is an interesting display of photographs of Picasso at work and play. Well worth a visit. The works are beautifully displayed and make sure you watch the video on the top floor which gives a background to the collection and gift to the city. It was not crowded when I visited , so it was a pleasure to view the works too. It is about 5 minutes from the station, ferry terminals and the historic centre.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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