Below you will find a selection of links to resources in English that will help you discover our collections, explore our activities or order a fabulous art book to enjoy while at home.
Here is the very best from the collections of the Art Museum of Estonia: the Digital Collection of the Art Museum of Estonia is an image database containing photos and records of the works of art in the collections of the museum. You can also order digital copies or prints of our artworks.
Our YouTube channel
Here you can find recordings of international conferences, as well as educational materials, exhibition introductions, etc.
- Women Artists in Baltic and Nordic Museums (5 to 6 March 2020)
- Symbolist Art and the Baltic Sea Region, 1880–1930 (31 Jan to 2 Feb 2019)
- Stories of Michel Sittow’s Life and Art: Facts and Fables (14 to 15 Sept 2018)
- Lost and Found Spaces: Displacements in Eastern European Art and Society in the 1990s (1 to 3 Nov 2018)
- Shared Practices (22 to 24 Oct 2015)
Here you will find a fine selection of art books, as well as prints and memorabilia based on Estonian art.
Christian Ackermann – Tallinn’s Phidias, Arrogant and Talented
The website introduces an ongoing interdisciplinary project on Christian Ackermann, Estonia’s most scandalous and talented sculptor of the baroque era. In November 2020, the project will culminate in an exhibition at the Niguliste Museum.
Rode Altarpiece in Close-Up
Hermen Rode (ca 1430–1504) was one of the most prominent painters in northern Europe in the Late Middle Ages. This multimedia exhibition combines visual and research information on works created by Rode, enabling us to take a closer look at the oeuvre attributed to his workshop.
Tracing Bosch and Bruegel: Four Paintings Magnified
An exciting pan-European art detective scenario investigating four Netherlandish paintings from the 16th century. The busy compositions all present Christ Chasing the Moneylenders from the Temple and reuse popular iconography influenced by the famous painters Hieronymous Bosch and Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
Forgotten Heritage – European Avant-Garde Art Online
Forgotten Heritage is a project supported by Creative Europe, led by the Arton Foundation (Warsaw). The project includes the development of an innovative online repository featuring digitised archives of Polish, Croatian, Estonian, Belgian and French artists of the avant-garde movement of the second half of the 20th century.
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You can find more digital resources (in Estonian only) here.