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Segantini's great work was produced during his expressionist period. None of these works are in the Segantini Museum. The museum has only a small collections of his early landscapes which he could not sell or did not wish to sell.
A tiny museum with just a few paintings made by Segantini . a big portion of the building is allocated to cashier / selling copies etc. The price is really very high
I do not recommend visiting this museum !!
If you have never heard of the artist Segantini, go take a look st some fine pictures depicting the area around St Moritz. He is known in art circles and is perhaps a forerunner of Van Gogh. Large canvasses show the local majestic mountains and...More
This museum is the shortest possible introduction into the aberrations to which modern art can lead. When starting to find a stile, Segantini had a good sense for human proportion and an interesting approach to how to structure paintings and light. One could argue that...More
This museum is a must and the life of this painter as remarkable as his paintings. it is a great place and you will enjoy the amazing paintings. If you are there go and see the place from the city center you can walk there...More
Nothing to complain about the paintings in the collection - in particular about the three big ones done for the Swiss Pavillion at the Expo 1900 (and then hosted in the Italian Pavillion). Paintings are really impressive!
But I think that credit cards should be...More
A bijou museum dedicated to the painter Segantini. There's only a few dozen paintings on view, but it's a well-curated selection. The only down-side is that they're not super kid-friendly. You can't bring a pram into the galleries which means I had to lug my...More
This collection isn't large but it is for sure worth the 10 minute walk from town . This small collection of impressionist art was absolutely spectacular . Frankly it was a nice break from being in town .
Segantini Museum resides in a medieval tower and it's out of the way from other attractions but still it's an interesting place to visit if you're into classical art. The museum is quite small with its highlight being a huge Life, Nature and Death triptych....More