Acquisitions 2015

Henrik Olvi (1894-1972)
Design for a Monument. 1926. Wood

Kaie Parts
Preserve the Water. 1977. Aluminium

DeStudio
Shoulder. 1993. Photo
Cut of Brisket. 1993. Photo

Olav Maran
Bad Memory. 1964. Watercolour
Woman and a Bird. 1963-1964. Watercolour

Anu Põder (1947-2013)
Long Bag. 1994. Textile, plastic
Composition with a Hanging Head. 1994. Textile, cardboard

Benjamin Vasserman
Space I. 2014. Digital print

Jüri Arrak
Taxi. 1966. Oil on canvas

Jass Kaselaan
Square of Dolls. 2014. Installation

Henn Roode (1924-1974)
St. John’s Night. 1961. Oil on canvas

Henrik Olvi (1894-1972)
Design for a Monument. 1926. Dolomite

August Weizenberg (1837-1921)
Bust of Constance Poska. Beginning of the 20th cent. Plaster

DeStudio
DeStudio Maria. 1993/2015. Photo

Edgar Viies (1920-2006)
Self-Portrait. 1985. Plaster

Endel Kõks (1912-1983)
Electronics XXXVI. 1963. Mixed media on paper

Heldur Viires
Embyonal. 1965. Monotype on paper
Forbidden Zone. 1968. Monotype on paper

Paul Burman (1888-1934)
View of Tallinn. Tempera on cardboard

Leili Muuga
Green Movement. 1988-2012. Oil on canvas
Line of Danger II (Requiem for Perished Junipers). 1994-2011. Oil on canvas

Anton Starkopf (1889-1966)
Bust of Vello-Marcelli Tiido. 1942. Plaster

Merike Estna
Blue Lagoon. 2014. Installation

Elmar Kits (1913-1972)
Café. 1965. Tempera, oil on canvas

Natalie Mei (1900-1975)
Artist Karin Luts. 1929. Pencil, watercolour on paper

Raul Meel
Dilemma. Seeing 1, Red. 1971. Silk print on paper
Dilemma. Seeing 2, Red. 1971. Silk print on paper
Gift of Raul Meel


Väino Tõnisson
(1925-1991)
Child and Birds. Lithography on paper
Boat Builders. 1963. Linocut on paper
Gift of Ainikki Eiskop


Nikolai Triik
(1884-1940)
Portrait of Einar Hyllestedt. 1911. Oil on canvas
Portrait of Alviina Hyllestedt. 1911. Oil on canvas

 


Aleksander Eller
(1891-1971)
Industry. Before 1936. Bronze, cast
Agriculture. Before 1936. Bronze, cast


Kaljo Põllu
(1934-2010)
To Grandfather. 1968. Mixed media, metal, wood
To the Optical Transience. 1968. Tempera on cardboard