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Art collection of the Bank of Lithuania

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    The art collection of the Bank of Lithuania came into being with the construction of the Kaunas facility in 1928. A small assembly of paintings and sculptures by Lithuanian classical artists that was collected in the interwar period can today be called a golden fund, supplemented also by examples of contemporary Lithuanian art during the years of Lithuania’s restored Independence. As we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Bank of Lithuania, we can be proud that the collection already contains more than 200 works. These include paintings, sculptures, stained glass, prints, textiles, ceramics, wall paintings and assemblages. They not only decorate the Bank’s interior and enrich the working environment, but also enhance the Bank’s image as a strong and reliable institution, and at the same time they set a good example for other public institutions.