A new exhibition Heavenly Colours − Blue and Gold has opened at Sinebrychoff Art Museum on 28th of March. Blue and Gold have been historically considered one of the most precious colors and materials. Heavenly Colours − Blue and Gold is a collection exhibition where these two colors lie at the core of the presented artwork. Exhibition consist of works of artists like Akseli Gallen-Kallela, Arthur William Finch and Wäinö Aaltonen. Exhibition is open until 25.8.2019.
Nikolai Sinebrychoff started the Sinebrychoff brewery in 1819, that later grew into a successful corporation. The Sinebrychoff family was a keen supporter of art and culture. Their cultural heritage still lives for example in Helsinki City Theater and in Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra. The museum is located at Bulevardi 40, which previously was the home of Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff. Paul And Fanny were active collectors of art, and after a few decades their collection grew into the largest private collection in the Nordic countries. Fanny Sinebrychoff donated the collection in 1921 to state of Finland. The House Museum of Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff that is located at the Second floor of the museum still holds most of this collection. Red Cellar of the museum currently holds exhibition The Sinebrychoff Brewing Family that presents the history of the family in more detail.
More details and the opening hours can be found from Homepage of Sinebrychoff Art Museum.