Spring comes to Tallinn with a comprehensive exhibition of one of the most notable collections of early 20th century painting in Estonia.
Colours of the Golden Age focuses on the period from 1910 to 1945, featuring 50 paintings by Estonia's most beloved artists including Konrad Mägi, Nikolai Tiik, Ants Laikmaa, Ado Vabbe, Endel Kõiks, Richard Uutmaa and many others. The collection on display consists of landscape from Estonia and abroad as well as as paintings of life and people.
The exhibition taking place across the two floors of Mikkel Museum in Kadriorg offers something for everyone and includes a multimedia programme where visitors of all ages can explore the display further using a tablet provided by the museum.
The visitors will also receive a catalogue compiled by the curator Eero Epner, as well as a colouring book.
Colours of the Golden Age will be on display at Mikkel Museum until 7 September 2014. Adult, concession and family tickets are available at the museum. Entry to the museum is free with Tallinn Card.
Mikkel Museum is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.