Love and wonder


Helene Schjerbeck, On the Jetty

Artist Helene Schjerfbeck’s early work from the year 1879 is now comprised in the collection.

Gösta’s sculpture park

Check the art pieces at Gösta’s sculpture park. You’ll see a selection of works by Finnish and international artists.

Spring in Pekka Halonen’s art

Pekka Halonen was one of Finland’s best loved artists in depicting all four seasons. The spring was particularly important for the artist.

Anselm Kiefer

At Serlachius Museums Gösta you may get acquainted with the artwork Väinämöinen Ilmarinen (2018) created by Anselm Kiefer, one of the world’s most prominent contemporary artists in our time.

Hannes Autere’s art in Mänttä

The online publication presents the most significant results of more than a decade of collaboration between sculptor Hannes Autere and industrialist Gösta Serlachius.


One of the most renowned works of the Serlachius collection is Akseli Gallen-Kallela’s painting Problem, which is also known by the name Symposium. The artwork has an interesting story behind it.

Bernar Venet

Renowned French artist Bernar Venet’s sculpture 88.5° Arc x 7 from series Vertical Arcs now decorates Serlachius Museum Gösta’s park.

Maiden of Finland

Serlachius collection comprises the sculpture Maiden of Finland from the year 1925 made of guilded wood. It is the first sculpture by Wäinö Aaltonen on this theme. take a look at the delicate piece with a 3D-model of the work.

The Portrait of Composer Gustav Mahler

The world-famous Austrian composer did not agree to portraits during his lifetime. However, there is an exception to the rule in the collections of the Gösta Serlachius Fine Arts Foundation in Mänttä.


Art Sauna

Completed in spring 2022 on the shore of Serlachius Museum Gösta, Art Sauna’s architecturally unique atmosphere is created by the dialogue between stone and wood.


Completed in June 2014, Serlachius Museum Gösta’s extension, the wood-constructed pavilion, has collected a number of awards and nominations in many competitions both in Finland and abroad.

Gösta’s Manor

The old manor at Joenniemi was completed in 1935 as Gösta Serlachius representational home. It was opened as a museum in 1945.

Museum Gustaf

The head office of the G. A. Serlachius Ltd. was completed in 1934. The building served the paper company over 50 years. After a profound renovation, the former head office was opened as a story-telling museum in 2003.

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