Bührle Collection is located at Zollikerstrasse 172. Bührle Collection is one of the largest private collection in Europe, collected by industrialist Emil Bührle. You can see a great number of pieces from Impressionism upwards; although French Impressionism constituted the most extensive part of the collection. Another interesting part is the paintings from Italian masters from 16th to 18th century and Dutch paintings of 17th century. The museum is located right next to what used to be Bührle's home. Some of the highlights of the collection include paintings by Degas, self portrait by Vincent Van Gogh, Cezanne, Chagal, Gaugain, Tintoretto, Matisse, Modigliani to name a few.
Opening hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday from 2:00pm until 5:00pm. [more]
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