The nation’s oldest collection

Switzerland’s oldest museum with a permanent collection of art is the Museum of Fine Arts Berne. Its collection extends from the Gothic period to the present day and consists of 3,000 paintings and sculptures as well as 48,000 drawings, graphics, photographs and films – including Swiss works, as this selection illustrates.

Photos: Kunstmuseum Bern

 

Museum of Fine Arts Berne, Hodlerstrasse 8–12, 3011 Berne

Open from Tuesday to Sunday.

www.kunstmuseumbern.ch

 

 

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