Development of the clock form since Renaissance till ArtModerne

Mantel clock. Classicism. France, Unknown, 19th century, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
At the Clock and Watch Museum visitors can see time measurement principles and the evolution of clock construction from early times to today. Visitors can learn about calendars, early sundials, water, fire, sand, mechanical and other types of clocks.  The change in mechanical clock shapes and designs is revealed (16th–20th century) as well. The exposition presents famous pieces by European and Lithuanian clock-making masters such as Theodor Tarasowig, Abraham Louis Breguet, Theodore Perret and others. It contains more than 400 original and rare clocks and reconstructions, and the exhibition also features furniture, interior details and engravings from the same periods.
Pocket watch. Renaissance. Germany, Unknown, 16th century, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Table clock. Renaissance. Lithuania, Theodor Tarasovig, 17th century (?), From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Clock on bracket, Unknown, Unknown - Uknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Table clock, Unknown, Unknown - Uknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Pocket watch, Unknown, Unknown - Uknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Wall clock, Anonymous late 18th – early 19th century Lithuanian painter, Unknown - Uknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Pocket watch. Classicism. England, Unknown, 18th century, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Pocket watch. Classicism. Austria, Joseph Jefsner, late 18th century, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Mantel clock. Empire style. France, Unknown, 19th century - 19th century, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Mantel clock. Classicism. France, Unknown, 19th century, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Wall clock, Unknown, Unknown - Uknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Pocket watch, Unknown, Unknown - Uknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Table clock. Eclectic style. France, Unknown, mid-19th century, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Standing clock. Modern style. Germany, Unknown, late 19th century - early 20th century, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Wall clock, Unknown, Unknown - Uknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Wall clock, Unknown, Unknown - Uknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Wall clock, Unknown, Unknown - Uknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
Wall clock, Unknown, Unknown - Uknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian National Museum of Art
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