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The Coninx Museum is the private art collection of artist and art collector Werner Coninx, housed in his villa.
The Coninx Museum is the private art collection of artist and art collector Werner Coninx, housed in his villa. The collection of 14,000 works includes 19th - 20th century Swiss art, Old Master drawings, prints, African tribal art and Oriental art.
Heuelstrasse 32, 8032 Zürich, Switzerland
+41 44 252 04 68
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