The Art Museum of Estonia, established in 1919, collects, conducts research on and introduces Estonian art dating from the Middle Ages to the present day. It is comprised of five leading Estonian museums: Kumu Art Museum, which displays Estonian art from the 18th century until the present; Kadriorg Art Museum, which houses the largest and most important collections of Russian and Western European art spanning from the 16th to 20th centuries; Mikkel Museum, exhibiting the art collection of Johannes Mikkel which was donated to the museum in 1995, and is one of the few art co...
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