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The private collection of Lucerne art dealer Angela Rosengart is open to the public since spring 2002. Over 200 important paintings and drawings by more than twenty world famous 19th and 20th century masters (Cezanne, Monet, Matisse, Picasso, Klee...more
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Oh, what a collection. Picasso, Matisse & other fabulous paintings are there, hanging as if they were at your grandma's house. If you have the Swiss Travel Pass, the entrance will be free. They also have free lockers but not else more in terms of...More
My breath was taken away at times as I gasped in splender at the vast array of works on display. The front reception was friendly and the art collection was well displayed, worthy of my favourite artist
I was completed surprised by the breath of Picasso's work here, from early to late. The gallery is well curated and staff exceptionally friendly. If you are in Lucerne and you don't go here, you have missed an inspiring experience.
Also there is the most...More
After vising a few Swiss Kunsthouses, this one was quite a surprise! A complete, extraordinary surprise! To start with: watch the film about the collection, building and the owner. Very interesting! And then Picasso’s photoes, paintings, a lot of them - 80! You just walk...More
I have paid a visit of roughly an hour to this museum, which is one of the must visits in Lucerne. Entry Ticket is CHF 18. No photo is allowed. I have seen a visitor living upset as he was told by the ticket office...More
The Rosengart Collection is my favorite collection of Picasso's work. The Picasso Museum in Barcelona is quite good and perhaps more extensive, but I much prefer the quality of the works in Luzern. Both, I believe, far surpass what is on display at the Pompidou,...More
A small but very interesting exhibition. A lot of work by Picasso, not my favourite artist but it was still good to see more of his work. Some really lovely impressionist artworks by Renoir, Pissarro and others - these really made the exhibition for me....More
Perhaps I'm spoiled, being raised in New York City, and having seen 1st rate Picasso paintings at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), the Metropolitan Museum, and a number of other world-class museums in Madrid, Paris, Moscow, etc. While there was a sizeable collection of...More