On 20-th of August, 2020 a new permanent exhibition of Nicholas Roerich paintings was opened in Art museum “Rigas Birza”. The paintings are exhibited in a new room – “The Nicholas Roerich cabinet”. About 20 works of the master are now regularly available to visitors on the third floor of the museum.






In February 2nd, 2017 the e exhibition “Nicholas Roerich and Latvia” was opened in Lithuanian Art Museum in Vilnius. Lithuania is the third place where the exhibition is held.

The exhibition can be visited up to 7 of May (Address - Didzioji g. 4, Vilnius).






From 20-th of July, 2016, the Latvian collection of Nicholas and Svetoslav Roerich`s paintings will be exhibited in art museum Riga Bourse (in 6 Dome Square). This will be a continuous exhibition with 22 paintings in the small Bose hall.






On November 13, 2015 the exhibition “Nicholas Roerich and Latvia” will be opened in the Museum of art “Rigas Birza” (Doma laukums 6, in Old Riga). The exhibition will be opened for viewers until January 31, 2016. All paintings by Nicholas and Svetoslav Roerich from the collection of the Latvian National Museum of Art will be exhibited, as well as documents from archives, photos and portraits that are linked to the work of Nicholas Roerich in Latvia and the history of the Roerich family in Courland. Also, other works will be displayed by artists from Latvia who have studied at the art school of the Imperial Society for the Encouragement of the Arts that was managed by Nicholas Roerich.

The exhibition is organized by the Latvian National Museum of Art in cooperation with the Latvian Roerich Society.







Exhibition - The Silver Age. 1890-1930. Russian art from the museum collections of the Baltic states

Museum of Foreign Art (Doma Square 6, Riga, Latvia)
2 November 2012 – 20 January 2013


"The Silver Age exhibition is envisaged as a panorama of late 19th and early 20th century art showing the finest works of painting, graphics and sculpture from the museum collections of the three Baltic States. The project was initiated by the Art Museum of Estonia in collaboration with the Latvian National Museum of Art (LNMA). This year the exhibition has already been on show in Tallinn’s Kadriorg and Kumu museums and after Riga, it goes on to Vilnius.
The concept of the exhibition is based on materials in seven museum collections. The core of the exhibition consists of 125 artworks – paintings, graphics, sculptures and porcelain from the collection of LNMA. The Estonian art museum has displayed 21 paintings and the Tartu museum of art – nine unique works of graphic art by Mikhail Larionov and Natalia Goncharova. There are 18 paintings and stage design sketches on show from the Lithuanian art museum, the Vilnius Museum of Theatre, Music and Film and from the M.K. Čiurlionis National Art Museum in Kaunas. Photographs and printed materials on Russian avant-garde artists come from the Museum of Literature and Music in Riga."


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In January 2010 the Latvian Roerich Society unveiled a memorial plank on building in Riga (Elizabetes Str. 21A) where during the years 1933-1940 the Museum of Nicholas Roerich paintings and Latvian Roerich Society was located.
The Society president of that time Feliks Lukins (1875-1934) found these premises after a long searching. In the newspapers of that time we can read many good comments about Roerich Museum and its beautiful premises.
The most time during the Society was located in this building the president of it was Latvian writer and poet Rihards Rudzitis, because of the abrupt death of F.Lukins in 1934.

The inscribed text is:
During the years 1933 - 1940 the Nicholas Roerich Museum and the Latvian Roerich society, whose president from 1934 on was Latvian poet and philosopher Rihards Rudzitis, was located on the fifth floor of this building.



The building on Elizabetes Str. 21A in Riga (in 1937 and in 2010).