CODART, Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide

National Gallery of Armenia


The National Gallery’s Western European collection is represented by the Italian, Dutch, Flemish, and French schools and by works by Spanish, English, Swiss, and American masters. Although it is inferior to the Armenian and Russian collections in respect to quantity and comprehensiveness, nevertheless the presence of works by Tintoretto, Guercino, Drouais, Claesz, van Goyen, Rousseau, Boudin as well as the artistic value of works by less known authors determine the importance of the Western European collection.

More information about the Dutch and Flemish collections are available on the museum’s website.