Estonian art from the 18th century to the present day
Western European and Russian art from the 16th to the 19th centuries
European and Oriental art from Johannes Mikkel’s private collection
Ecclesiastical art dating back to the Middle Ages
Personal museum of the Estonian artist Adamson-Eric (1902–1968)
The Art Museum of Estonia is comprised of five museums, which form an organisation with a collective identity and development plan.
The museum houses Estonia’s largest art collection, dating from the Middle Ages to the present day.
The Publishing Department deals with publishing art books (exhibition catalogues, art albums, collections of articles etc.), as well as printed souvenirs, advertising and informational material.
Research at the Art Museum of Estonia includes the study, interpretation and introduction of works of art and art collections through exhibitions, seminars and publications.
We thank our supporters and collaboration partners.
Learn and Explore
The museum is a place for learning about art, interpreting it and discovering the creator within.
Museum shops are located at the Kumu and Kadriorg Art Museums, as well as at the Niguliste Museum. Catalogues and museum souvenirs are also available at the Mikkel and Adamson-Eric Museums.
One of the largest libraries of art literature in Estonia is located at Kumu.
Friends of Art
The Art Museum of Estonia Friends of Art Society unites lovers of art and culture from various walks of life with the art museum.