The Adamson-Eric Museum is a branch of the Estonian Art Museum in the Old Town of Tallinn. The museum is dedicated to Adamson-Eric (1902–1968), one of the most versatile creative personalities in Estonian art in the 20th century who mainly worked within the medium of painting in applied art. After donating more than 800 works of art by Adamson-Eric's widow Mari Adamson to the Art Museum of Estonia in 1983, the Adamson-Eric Museum was opened.
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