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Kadriorg Art Museum – Rome 1810. Wilhelm von Blanckenhagen, a Baltic Art Patron

The exhibition presents the entire 19th century art collection of the wealthy Riga resident Wilhelm von Blanckenhagen (1761-1840). The art patron who stayed in Rome for the whole of 1810 left a deep impression on the cultural landscape of the city. The exhibition examines Blanckenhagen's numerous art purchases and relations with Rome's international creative community. In addition to drawings by Roman artists, the exhibition also includes works from the Blanckenhagen collection that have belonged to the University of Tartu since 1820.
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