Narva Art Gallery

Narva, Estonia

Housed in an 18th-century magazine building in the Old Town area, the Narva Museum's Art Gallery covers a wide range of art, from classic foreign works to recent paintings by students of the Ida-Virumaa Art School. Don't miss the upstairs hall exhibiting rare and exquisite Russian crosses and icons, or the large hall that's home to the museum's pride and joy - a collection of paintings, sculptures and porcelain that once belonged to the wealthy Narva merchant Lavretsov. For a small fee visitors can also create a little bit of art for themselves in the museums clay workshop.

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Vestervalli 21, Narva, Estonia
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Category: Museums in Estonia


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Alexander Wagon (2 years ago)
It contains a very interesting exhibition. This place deserves more visitors!
Антон Рацевич (3 years ago)
Daniil Seiljus (3 years ago)
All great art peices
Pille Alasi (4 years ago)
It was quite small and the exhibitions were not curated. The setting was off. Didn’t really learn much there. Maybe it is worth while when you don’t know anything about art or Narva history. Someone just made a wall art in the back of the Gallery when I passed by- that was cool!
Martin Jääger (4 years ago)
A very interesting exhibition!
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