The exhibition showcases the work of four early 20th century Finnish artists from the collections of Ateneum: Helene Schjerfbeck (1862–1946), Sigrid Schauman (1877–1979), Ellen Thesleff (1869–1954) and Elga Sesemann (1922–2007).
Untamed nature and man-made cultural landscapes depicted by renowned Finnish artists. This exhibition assembled from the collections of the Ateneum Art Museum presents works by artists such as Akseli Gallen-Kallela, Fanny Churberg, Hugo Simberg, Pekka Halonen, Venny Soldan-Brofeldt and Magnus von Wright.
A concise version of the Ateneum’s major exhibition of works by the painter Magnus Enckell (1870–1925) offers a comprehensive overview of the work of one of the most significant names of the golden age of Finnish art, and presents him as a multifaceted cultural influencer.
Creating the Self: Emancipating Women in Estonian and Finnish Art is an extensive research and exhibition project that presents works by Estonian and Finnish women artists, dating from a period between 1850 and 1950. The project is a collaboration between the Kumu Art Museum in Estonia and the Ateneum Art Museum.
The Helene Schjerfbeck survey at the Royal Academy of Arts in London is the first ever extensive overview of her art in the UK. The survey is organised by the Royal Academy of Arts in London in collaboration with the Ateneum Art Museum, part of the Finnish National Gallery.
18.6.–23.9.2019 The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo
The Modern Woman will present seven Finnish artists: Maria Wiik (1853–1928), Sigrid af Forselles (1860–1935), Helene Schjerfbeck (1862–1946), Ellen Thesleff (1869–1954), Sigrid Schauman (1877–1979), Hilda Flodin (1877–1958) and Elga Sesemann (1922–2007). The exhibition of more than 80 works from the Ateneum collection will include paintings, sculptures, prints and sketchbooks.
The von Wright Brothers presented the artist brothers Magnus, Wilhelm and Ferdinand von Wright as versatile painters of portraits, landscapes, and nature subjects, especially birds, and as creators of scientific illustrations.