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The Jean Walter-Paul Guillaume Collection

The Jean Walter and Paul Guillaume collection is one of the finest European collections of paintings. It comprises 146 works, from the 1860s to the 1930s, collected for the most part by Paul Guillaume, an impassioned young French art dealer. From 1914 until his death in 1934, he amassed an extraordinary collection of several hundred paintings, from Impressionism to Modern Art, along with pieces of African art. When he died, at the height of his career, rich and famous throughout Europe and in America, he was planning to found a museum. His widow Domenica, remarried to the architect Jean Walter, transformed and reduced the collection while also making new acquisitions. She wanted to name the collection after both her husbands when the French State acquired it in the late 1950s. From then on, the collection was destined for display at the Musée de l'Orangerie.

Currently, it comprises 25 works by Renoir, 15 by Cézanne, 1 each by Gauguin, Monet and Sisley, all from the Impressionist period.

From the 20th century, the museum boasts 12 works by Picasso, 10 by Matisse, 5 by Modigliani, 5 by Marie Laurencin, 9 by Douanier Rousseau, 29 by Derain, 10 by Utrillo, 22 by Soutine and 1 by Van Dongen.

Road to People: Implementing the UN Sustainable Development Goals

UN Crime Commission side event organized by the Government of Austria

Wednesday, 25 May, 2.20 p.m., Vienna International Center, M2

Book presentation

Chair: H.E. Dr. Wolfgang BRANDSTETTER, Minister of Justice, Austria

Dorotheum: CHARITY Auktion Zeitgenössische Kunst | SOS Mitmensch | 12.5.2016

CHARITY Auktion Zeitgenössische Kunst​ zugunsten der Menschenrechtsarbeit von SOS Mitmensch

Das Dorotheum freut sich, am Donnerstag, 12. Mai 2016 zur sechzehnten Benefizauktion zugunsten der Menschenrechtsarbeit von SOS Mitmensch einzuladen.

Über 100 Werke zeitgenössischer Künstler, darunter u.a. Gunter Damisch, Arnulf Rainer, Peter Weibel und Otto Zitko gelangen zur Auktion, deren Erlös zur Gänze an SOS Mitmensch geht. Das Dorotheum verrechnet bei dieser Versteigerung keine Gebühren und Zuschläge.


Roundtable discussion: "After the Holocaust – Primo Levi and the Nexus of Science, Responsibility and Humanism", 4.5.2016
The Holocaust and United Nations Outreach Programme in partnership with the Centro Primo Levi New York invite you to a roundtable discussion
“After the Holocaust – Primo Levi and the Nexus of Science, Responsibility and Humanism”
Wednesday, 4 May 2016
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Trusteeship Chamber, United Nations Headquarters
UNESCO World Book and Copyright Day

The World Book and Copyright Day was first celebrated by UNESCO on April 23rd 1995 with a mission to recognize the power of books and reading and its influence on building sustainable and tolerant societies through the diversity of cultural expression, quality education and culture of peace.


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