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Shalva Amiranashvili Museum of Fine Arts

1 L. Gudiashvili St, Tbilisi, Georgia
32 999909
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  • Excellent46%
  • Very good33%
  • Average5%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible11%
23 May 2017
“An Embarrasment of Treasures”
31 Jul 2016
“excellent, but why the mandatory guide?”
1 L. Gudiashvili St, Tbilisi, Georgia
32 999909
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Reviewed 24 May 2017

How can Georgia allow this astonishing wonder of treasures be displayed in such an atrocious way? This museum houses the treasury of the Christian era master metal works, gold, and enamels. This work is absolutely extraordinary yet half the lights are out overhead and they...More

2  Thank OakvilleHouse
Reviewed 31 July 2016

To echo what another reviewer said, a bunch of people here are confusing this with the National Gallery on Rustaveli, which houses the larger collections of Pirosmani & Gudiashvili paintings. The icons & other religious artworks here are even more beautiful than the ones at...More

2  Thank ClaireChims
Reviewed 28 June 2016

Recently renovated and in excellent condition small gallery with lots of Pirosmani works. We enjoyed it very much! Definitely worth it.

Thank Olga G
Reviewed 24 March 2016

This is an old and small museum, and a much larger one is currently under construction, but this one I have been to several times because they have regular exhibitions of artists' works.

Thank Redbackspider
Reviewed 15 October 2015

It appears that reviewers are confusing the National Gallery with this museum. The Museum of Fine Arts is notable for holding the Ecclesiastical Treasury of Georgia, the twin to the Archaeological Treasury. A guided tour is required and we were fortunate in having a guide...More

Thank SueKot
Reviewed 11 November 2012

Visit the National Gallery (q.v.) on Rustaveli for the Pirosmani's, and for impressive work by other Georgian artists.

1  Thank NicJBoston
Reviewed 15 October 2012

A variety of art and art objects to fill the pallet of any astute observer of art. Wander around and let your senses do all the work.

Reviewed 2 October 2012

On second floor, fine collection of Georgian painters. I am particularly fond of Pirosmani, so check him out if you will.

Thank TlonNY
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