Cézanne, Matisse, Hodler.
The Hahnloser Collection

From 22 February 2020

The ALBERTINA Museum is devoting its spring exhibition of 2020 to one of the most important private collections of French modernist art. The Hahnloser Collection came together between 1905 and 1936, initially on the basis of close and friendly exchange between the collecting couple of Arthur and Hedy Hahnloser-Bühler and artist-friends including Pierre Bonnard, Ferdinand Hodler, Henri Matisse, and Félix Vallotton. Later on, the collection also came to include works by their predecessors including Cézanne, Renoir, Toulouse-Lautrec, Van Gogh, and others.

The ALBERTINA Museum’s ca. 120-work exhibition presents an overview of this internationally unique collection of modern art, with works on loan from the fine art museums Kunstmuseum Bern and Kunst Museum Winterthur additionally serving to illuminate this collection’s exemplary cultural policy aspect.

On view from 22 February until 24 May 2020.

Image Gallery – 6 Images
Paul Cézanne | Groupe de maison, 1876/77 | Dauerleihgabe an Hahnloser/Jaeggli Stiftung, Villa Flora, Winterthur Foto: Reto Pedrini, Zürich
Paul Cézanne | Groupe de maison, 1876/77 | Dauerleihgabe an Hahnloser/Jaeggli Stiftung, Villa Flora, Winterthur Foto: Reto Pedrini, Zürich
Henri Manguin | Les Enfants Hans et Lisa Hahnloser, 1910 | Dauerleihgabe an Hahnloser/Jaeggli Stiftung, Villa Flora, Winterthur  Foto: Reto Pedrini, Zürich
Henri Manguin | Les Enfants Hans et Lisa Hahnloser, 1910 | Dauerleihgabe an Hahnloser/Jaeggli Stiftung, Villa Flora, Winterthur Foto: Reto Pedrini, Zürich

 

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