Bührle Collection

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One of Switzerland's largest private art museums displays paintings and sculptures collected by German industrialist, E.G. Bührle, who moved to Zurich in 1924. A fervent admirer of Impressionist art, he put together a superb collection essentially focused on French 19C painting and Monet, Pissaro, Manet, Sisley, Picasso and Braque are among those showcased.

Useful information

Address : 

Zollikerstrasse 172, 8008 Zürich

Phone:

+41 44 422 00 86

Opening hours

The museum is closed to visitors. The collection should be exhibited in the Fine Arts museum from 2020

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