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We have shifted all our educational & outreach programs, corporate events
and the same, strong love for the arts to
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Princely Treasure from the House of Liechtenstein

27 Jun - 29 Sep 2013
Singapore National Museum

This exhibition displays and explores the aristocratic taste of the Liechtenstein princes through the artefacts collection The selections are diverse and span from early 16th century (Raphael) up to mid-19th century (Waldmüller) The predominant art style reflected in the collection is that of 17th century baroque with good examples from Italian, Flemish and Dutch regions – with world wide famous master pieces by Raphael and Rubens, among others. Besides a selection of important Viennese prints (Salomon Kleiner), there are also examples of baroque decorative arts including an automaton, tapestry and trade ware, Not to forget: a small group of works illustrate 18th and mid-19th century works (Neo-classical and Biedermier).

Enjoy our interactive guided tours, on the following dates and timings:

Public sessions

Saturdays, 13 July, 10 August, 21 September; 11am and 2pm.

School sessions

Weekdays subject to booking from schools
AM session: 10am – 11am
PM session: 2.45pm – 3.45pm

Singapore National Museum