Vilnius Picture Gallery

Lithuanian Art Museum

Lithuanian Art from 16th to 19th century

Vilnius Viewed from Tauras Hill, Józef Marszewski, 1872, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
The gallery is situated in the former Chodkevičiai Palace, a magnificent example of late Classicism architecture. The largest and most valuable collection of the Lithuanian art of the 16th-19th centuries is displayed on its premises.
Portrait of Mikołaj Krzysztof Chalecki (ca. 1589–1653) and Maria Eleonora, Unknown Lithuanian Artist of the 17th century, Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Mykolas Juozapas Masalskis (Michał Józef Massalski), Grand Hetman of Lithuania, Szymon Czechowicz (Simonas Čechavičius), Ca 1765, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Persian Envoys before the King of Ethiopia, Pranciškus Smuglevičius (Franciszek Smuglewicz), after 1785, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Calchas Explaining the Reason of Apollo’s Anger to Achilles, Pranciškus Smuglevičius (Franciszek Smuglewicz, 1745–1807), Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Lithuanian Peasants, Pranciškus Smuglevičius (Franciszek Smuglewicz, 1745–1807), Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Antiochus and Stratonice, Juozapas Oleškevičius (Józef Oleszkiewicz), 1810, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Portrait of Professor Josef Frank (1771–1842). Ca. 1819, Jonas Rustemas (Jan Rustem, 1762–1835), Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum

Doctor, Professor of Vilnius and Padua Universities

Portrait of Kristina Gerhardi-Frank (ca. 1780–after 1823). Ca. 1819, Jonas Rustemas (Jan Rustem, 1762–1835), Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Portrait of Priest Wincenty Smuglewicz. 2nd half of the 18th century, Danielius Kondratavičius (Daniel Kondratowicz, 1765–1844), Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Lithuanian girl with Palm Sunday Fronds, Kanutas Ruseckas (Kanuty Rusiecki), 1844, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
The Hunting of the Aurochs, Kanutas Ruseckas (Kanuty Rusiecki, 1800–1860), Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
The Reaper, Kanutas Ruseckas (Kanuty Rusiecki, 1800–1860), 1844, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Aušros Vartų Street by Night in Vilnius, Kanutas Ruseckas (Kanuty Rusiecki, 1800–1860), Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Portrait of Vaitiekus Puslovskis (Wojciech Pusłowski, 1762–1833), Valentinas Vankavičius (Walenty Wańkowicz, 1800–1842), Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Vladislovas Sirokomlė (Władysław Syrokomla,1823–1862), Adomas Šemešys (Adam Szemesz), 1854, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Crusaders Attacking the Castle of Punia, Vincentas Dmachauskas (Wincenty Dmochovski), 19th century, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
The Forest Fire, Vincentas Dmachauskas (Wincenty Dmochovski, 1807–1862), 1860, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Self-portrait, Napoleonas Ylakavičius (Napoleon Iłłakowicz, 1811–1861), 1852, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
The Moor with the Beads, Vladislovas Neveravičius (Władysław Niewiarowicz, 1814–1891), 1853, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Italian Boy with the Mandolin, Jonas Zenkevičius (Jan Zienkiewicz), 1861, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Self-portrait, Boleslovas Mykolas Ruseckas (Bolesław Michał Rusiecki, 1824–1913), 1852, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Herdsman from Švenčionys, Nikodemas Silvanavičius (Nikodem Sylwanowicz, 1834–1919), Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Portrait of the Mother, Karolis Rafalavičius (Karol Rafalowicz, 1831–1861), 1859, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Old Woman, Threading a Needle, Vincentas Slendzinskis (Wincenty Sleńdziński), 1860, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
The Nobleman and the Peasant, Kazimieras Alchimavičius (Kazimierz Alchimowicz), 1908, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Rebel Sentry near a Forest, Romanas Alekna-Švoinickis (Roman Alekna-Szwoynicki, 1845–1915), Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
The Peasant with the Fur Cap, Edvardas Matas Riomeris (Edward Mateusz Römer, 1848–1900), Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Vilnius Viewed from Tauras Hill, Józef Marszewski, 1872, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
Study of a Girl’s Hands, Alfredas Izidorius Riomeris (Alfred Izydor Römer, 1832–1897), Unknown, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
The Market, Stanislovas Bohušas-Sestšencevičius (Staniław Bohusz-Siestrzeńcewicz, 1869–1927), 1896, From the collection of: Lithuanian Art Museum
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