Portrait of Maria de Tassis

Anthony van Dyck (Flemish, 1599-1641); About 1629-1630; Oil on canvas; Acquired in 1710 by Prince Johann Adam Andreas I
Hong Kong Palace Museum Gallery 8



The prestigious collections of the Princes of Liechtenstein were formed over the last four centuries. They rank among the largest and most important private art collections in the world. Presenting more than one hundred masterpieces from the Princely Collections, the exhibition revisits the most significant moments that have shaped the Collections from the seventeenth century up to the present day. It also highlights nearly forty masterpieces by two of the most important European painters, Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) and Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641) of the Baroque period.


This exhibition is jointly organised by the Hong Kong Palace Museum and the Liechtenstein Princely Collections with LGT Private Banking as Principal Sponsor.


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Backpacks and items exceeding 30 × 42 × 10 cm in size are not allowed in Gallery 8. If required, Special Admission Ticket holders can leave their items at the baggage storage on 4/F before entering the gallery.