The Würth Collection
The Würth Collection was set up in the 1960s by Reinhold Würth. It is primarily dedicated to paintings, graphic art and sculpture from the 20th and 21st centuries, but it also features a significant number of late mediaeval works from southern Germany, the Lake Constance region and northern Switzerland as well as items from cabinets of curiosities from Renaissance and Baroque. Today the Würth Collection contains about 20’000 works of art.
For over 20 years, works from the corporate collection have mainly been on display in the Würth Museum at the company’s headquarters in the southern German town of Künzelsau or, since 2001, in the Kunsthalle Würth gallery in Schwäbisch Hall.
Since 1999, associated galleries have gradually been opened on the premises of the Würth Group companies in Denmark, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Austria and Spain. Temporary exhibitions are also held in Switzerland at the Forum Würth Chur, the Forum Würth Rorschach and the Forum Würth Arlesheim. Currently, the Würth Group maintains 15 museums and art outlets.
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