Works by El Greco, Cezánne, and Kandinsky comprise a desirable collection.
The height of good taste
The wealth of its collections turns it one of Switzerland's most important museums, and into a must-visit for any lover of good taste. The Museum of Fine Arts in Zurich (Kunsthalle) houses important works by genius painters such as Paul Cezánne, Breughel the Elder, Canaletto, Munch, Renbrandt, Manet, and El Greco, as well as an interesting collection of prints where you'll have the opportunity to observe grand creations by Alberto Durero, Nic Hess, and Salomon Gessner, among others. Two of its collections are particularly noteworthy, and they are taken care of down to the last detail: the modern art collection, in which Chagall, Kandisnky, Matisse, Giacometti, and Picasso turn into the real protagonists; and the collection of photography featuring photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson, and Stieglitz. The Kunsthalle was founded in 1910, and its enormous dimensions have caused it to be divided into three different areas. Don't miss it!