The works in the Museum’s collections span a period from the 14th century to the beginning of the 19th century. They have been built up through donations, purchases and depositions. The oldest donation is the O. W. Klinckowström art collection, given to the Finnish Art Society in 1851. Among the other donations are the H. F. AntellC. G. GöhleHjalmar Linder and Carl von Haartman collections. The focus in both quality and quantity of the Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff collection is Swedish portraiture from the 17th and 18th centuries, and Dutch and Flemish art from the 17th century. In addition there are works by Italian, French, German, Spanish and English artists, graphic art and Japanese woodcuts. The collections include such artists as Cranach the Elder, Rembrandt, Tiepolo, Jan van Goyen and Alexander Roslin. The Museum also possesses a significant collection of miniatures, silver and porcelain.

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