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Lithuania Art Museum in Vilnius

The Lithuanian Art Museum was initially established in Vilnius in 1933 as the Vilnius City Museum. It houses Lithuania’s largest art collection.

The Lithuanian Art Museum is a public institution granted the national museum status by the Government of Lithuania in 1997. Originally founded in 1933, the museum, which is an ICOM member, is one of the oldest and leading institutions of its kind in the country.

The museum is distinguished for its rich Fine Arts collection that totals to about 230,000 exhibit items which represent Old and Contemporary Master Paintings, Sculpture Prints and Drawings, Applied and Folk Art including the collection of Australian and Oceanian art, as well rare amber stone and jewellery specimens. Geographically the museum covers nearly all the territory of the Republic of Lithuania through the network of its branch museums, including Vilnius Picture Gallery, the Museum of Applied Arts, Radvila Palace, the National Art Gallery that are located in the country’s capital city Vilnius, as well the Clock Museum and Pranas Domšaitis Gallery in Klaipėda city, the Palanga Amber Museum and the Museum of Miniature Arts on the Baltic coast.

Lithuania Art Museum
Boksto Str. 5, Vilnius LT 01126, Lithuania

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