This was one of the top things to see in our one-day Tallinn visit. First floor had a visiting exhibition of paintings by turn-of-the-20th-century women artists; quite nice selection with several rare works. But the second floor, the "basic" collection: superb! Adamson-Eric's late impressionism was shown in its full bloom, with works from 1920s to the after-war times, landscapes, portraits, still lifes. Besides the paintings, the collection includes designs (china, textiles, jewellery) to show Adamson-Eric's gifts in other fiels. There are some magnificent works by Adamson-Eric in KUMU, but this museum in very central place offered so much more that it is hard to describe. A must to see again in our next visit!
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