The Story of Pallas The Pallas Art School and Tartu Art Museum are connected by their shared founder: the Pallas Art Society. This is why the 133 works of the preliminary collection of the museum mainly consisted of art by Pallasians. Later this number grew through purchases and donations. Most of the works in the exhibition come from the extensive collections of Pallas in Tartmus, with the selection covering both well-known favourites and works that offer new discoveries. The main focus of the exhibition is on the years 1919–1944, when the school was open. After the Second World War, when Estonia was annexed by the Soviet Union for nearly fifty years, the art itself changed and opportunities for free creative output were reduced.
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