Hugo Simberg, Old Man and Child, 1913, Finnish National Gallery, Ateneum Art Museum. Photo: Finnish National Gallery / Pirje Mykkänen

Articles: Enhancing the FNG’s Collections

The Finnish National Gallery art collections consist of about 40,000 art works from the 14th century to the present day. They are owned by the State, along with its large archive collections. Responsibility for the augmentation and management of the art collections is divided between the three museums of the FNG – the Ateneum Art Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma and the Sinebrychoff Art Museum. The Directors of these museums, Susanna Pettersson, Leevi Haapala and Kirsi Eskelinen, write here about the collections and their history, as well as about acquisitions, donations, and collections policies

Featured image: Hugo Simberg, Old Man and Child, 1913, Finnish National Gallery, Ateneum Art Museum. Photo: Finnish National Gallery / Pirje Mykkänen

19th Century and Modern Art: Collecting for the Ateneum Art Museum

Susanna Pettersson

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Collections in Kiasma Live Along with Renewal of Art Itself

Leevi Haapala

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The Collections and Acquisitions Policy of the Sinebrychoff Art Museum

Kirsi Eskelinen

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