Collection History

The art collection on exhibit at The Hub of Fine Arts consists of masterpieces created in the most significant Modernist styles. They have been exhibited in many eminent museums and galleries in Europe, America and Asia on account of their rarity and uniqueness, but also their artistic, aesthetic and historical quality, and their excellence has been enjoyed by art lovers around the world. For example, Roberto Matta's painting "Three Figures" was a part of the significant "Matta & The Fourth Dimension" exhibition at the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg; Richard Eurich's “Harlequins” adorned the walls of the Royal Academy in London; Hungarian artist Hugo Scheiber's masterpiece "Self-Portrait with Cigar" was included in the Hungarian Avant-Garde exhibition in Tel Aviv, while Amedeo Modigliani's impressive portrait of "Annie Bjarne" was on display at the National Art Centre in Tokyo and the Albertina Museum in Vienna.

The artworks on display at The Hub of Fine Arts have a significant scientific and documentary worth, which is why they have been presented and valorised in numerous scientific publications and monographs. Notable publications in which experts have written about the value of our works of art are: "Auguste Chabaud: The City by Day and Night", "XIX and XX Century French Paintings " by M. Wykes-Joyce, "Art-Documents" by Nane Bettex-Cailler, "Richard Eurich (1903-1992), Visionary Artist," by E. Chaney & C. Clearkin, “The Artist in His Studio“ by Alexander Liberman, “Auguste Herbin” by Anatole Jakovski, and numerous Catalogue raisonné publications such as those for the works of Jean Puy, Jean Metzinger, Tamara de Lempicka and Auguste Herbin.

Exhibition history