The Särestöniemi Museum

särestöniemi

The Särestöniemi Museum in Kaukonen, Kittilä, displays the art and working environment of Reidar Särestöniemi (1925-1981), a prominent Finnish artist whose most creative period was in the 1960's and 1970's. The museum hosts a collection of nearly 500 works of art by Särestöniemi. The majority of these are oils on canvas or watercolours, as well as woodcuts and etchings. There are also drawings, sketches and sketch books in the collection. Works on display are chosen according to varying themes, and changed once or twice a year.

The Särestöniemi Museum is maintained by the Reidar Särestöniemi Museum Foundation. The majority of the museum collection was donated by Anton Särestöniemi (1921-1997), Reidar Särestöniemi's brother.

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The Särestöniemi Museum
Särestöntie 880
99110 Kaukonen
Finland

Tel. (café, information):
+ 358 - (0)16 - 654 480

Museum is closed on following days during 2015:
3.4.2015 Good Friday
6.4.2015 Easter Monday
1.5.2015 First of May
19.-20.6.2015 Midsummer