Location : Zürich
How to reach :
By tram : Take the tram 2 or 4 up to Wildbachstrasse. Parking space is also available for car parking.
The art collections by E.G. Bührle (1890-1956) a Zurich industrialist is among the most prestigious 20th century private collections of European Art. The town is a home to approximately 200 exhibits which are preserved in a private atmosphere with dignified interiors, including antiques, furniture and carpets. It comprises medieval wood carvings and paintings by old masters and the works of French artists of 19th and 20th century. The collection includes the famous paintings by Manet , Degas , Cézanne, Monet, Renoir, Gauguin, van Goth, Picasso and Braque. The museum is a paradise for art lovers. The central theme of the collection is the gradual evolution of a new artistic freedom devoted to the earlier periods in particular 17th century Dutch paintings, Italian paintings of 16th to 18th century and group of Gothic sculptures which are the driving force behind Modernist painting in the 20th century. The museum provides special opening hours for groups by appointments only.