Sammlung Rosengart is a art museum in Lucern, inaugurated in 2002. It contains works of the private collection of the Rosengart family. Angela Rosengart and her father Siegfried Rosengart were art dealers specialising in Classic Modernism and over time created a private collection of over 300 works, with Paul Klee and Pablo Picasso being the most represented ones. 
Angela Rosengart purchased the building built by the Swiss National Bank in 1924 to plans by Hermann Herter. It was transformed for the museum by Diener & Diener.
Sammlung Rosengart entrance
Sammlung Rosengart entrance
Sammlung Rosengart in the former Swiss National Bank building
Sammlung Rosengart in the former Swiss National Bank building
Sammlung Rosengart, Luzern
Sammlung Rosengart, Luzern
Sammlung Rosengart, Luzern
Sammlung Rosengart, Luzern
Sammlung Rosengart, Luzern
Sammlung Rosengart, Luzern
Sammlung Rosengart, Luzern - lower floor
Sammlung Rosengart, Luzern - lower floor
Sammlung Rosengart, Luzern - upper floor
Sammlung Rosengart, Luzern - upper floor
Sammlung Rosengart, Luzern - staircase
Sammlung Rosengart, Luzern - staircase
Sammlung Rosengart, Luzern - ceiling entrance hall
Sammlung Rosengart, Luzern - ceiling entrance hall
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