The collections of the Finnish National Gallery comprise more than 35,000 works of art as well as archival material and objects. The collection is owned by the State.
The fundraising for the Finnish National Gallery is underway. Our goal is 8 milloin euros.
FNG Research is out now. The web magazine concentrates on the Finnish National Gallery’s research practices, raised in the context of our rich collections.
Welcome to Finnish National Gallery webshop! You can buy products from Ateneum, Kiasma or Sinebrychoff Art Museum collections.
Finnish National Gallery’s material as Open Data.
Information packs about the archive and library collections. Documents, photographs, press cuttings and prints can be studied closely. (Only in Finnish)
The library of the Finnish National Gallery is the largest library in Finland specialising in art. Get acquainted with our library services.
The Finnish State Art Commission
Finnish State Art Commission acquires works of art for properties and buildings in Government use, and attends to the management of the State Art Collection. Check out the new website!
Finnish National Gallery’s press releases.
Ateneum Art Museum
Ateneum Art Museum’s purpose is to care for, build up, study and present the most important art collection in Finland.
Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma
New experiences every time – Exhibitions, collections and performances in the Kiasma Theatre.
Sinebrychoff Art Museum
The collections of the Sinebrychoff Art Museum include some of the most valuable and internationally important paintings by old European masters to be found in Finland.