Some 300 Picasso under one roof, in one collection, permanent, you won't to see elsewhere (the owner doesn't gives them out), plus throw in a couple of other cubist and existentialists to mix it up a little......mind blowing!
About The Rosengart Collection
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This is mainly a collection of works by Picasso and Klee. The mention of Monet and Renoir is probably there just to attract people, because beyond a couple of paintings, that's it for impressionism.
Marvelous collection of Picasso with an emphasis on his later works, a better collection of Klee than Bern's Klee museum and a limited collection of some of the best art by mostly French artists from Corot to Matisse. Buy the catalog! All the works are...More
Where can you see 133 Picasso's? Where can you see other famous artists up close - only here - the owner/curator is 85 years old and takes pride in her collection. it's a MUST see - even if you don't like art museums.
This is one of the finest small museums I have ever been to. Collection starts with a few Impressionist works and has a wonderful collection of Picasso and Klee. Please don't miss this if you love art.
This museum was highly recommended so I felt it was a must, especially since I love art. Let me say, you need to like post post-impressionism and classic modern art. You need to really enjoy Picasso. There is a shockingly large collection of his work...More
Wonderful collection of Pablo Picasso s paintings and sculptures. Especially interesting are the pictures of him as he worked and the documentary on him and the Rosrngart family. Easy to locate with the city map and close to the train statiom
Room after room of Picasso, who was a friend of Rosengart. Many works by Paul Klee, who was a Swiss artist and a favorite of my husband's. We also really enjoyed seeing works of many outstanding artists, including Monet, Chagall, Renoir, Kandinski, Braque, Cezanne, and...More
Wonderful original works by Picasso and Paul Klee! Small museum but the art work and artists represented in the museum are not to be missed! There is even a phography exhibit which givess you an inside look at Picasso's personal life. Fascinating! Even my 16...More