Due to the epidemiological situation, the Kunst Museum Winterthur ist closed until 28 February 2021.
* Art in Winterthur has a new name.
The Kunstmuseum Winterthur, the Museum Oskar Reinhart and the Villa Flora are now called: Kunst Museum Winterthur.
The collected masterpieces of the Kunst Museum Winterthur reach from the 17th century to the present day. The collection contains important groups of works of Jean-Etienne Liotard, Anton Graff and Ferdinand Hodler. Another highlight are the early romantic paintings of the circle around Caspar David Friedrich, which form the most important collection of this period outside Germany. The realism of Wilhelm Leibl, Adolph Menzel and Albert Anker further leads the way to the imaginary worlds of Arnold Böcklin. In contrast to these works stand the French plein air painters and Impressionists, presented by excellent painters like Claude Monet and Alfred Sisley. The Post-Impressionists are represented by Vincent van Gogh and the Nabis painters Pierre Bonnard, Édouard Vuillard, Félix Vallotton and Ker-Xavier Roussel, which are closely linked to Winterthur.
The further development of classical modern art can be seamlessly tracked by means of outstanding paintings and sculptures. Exemplary of the European Postwar Art are Alberto Giacometti and Giorgio Morandi. Other key works represent Minimalism and Postminimalism, among which the Arte Povera of the 1960s. They form the basis of a collection of contemporary art that is continually being expanded.