Frequently asked questions

About the Collection & Research

As a private collection, the Klesch Collection is currently not open to the public. We are committed to sharing our artworks with the widest possible audience, and we often have our paintings in museums as part of a temporary exhibition or on long-term loan. More information on our current loans can be found here. Make sure to subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date on where you might be able to see our paintings next!

The Klesch Collection is committed to sharing its treasures with the wider public. Either as part of specific, focused exhibitions or supplementing permanent collections with long-term loans, works from the Klesch Collection can be found in museums all over the world. If you are interested in borrowing one or more paintings from the Klesch Collection, please contact us at contact@thekleschcollection.com.

We list the object details, provenance, literature and exhibition information on the paintings included in our quarterly rotations. Subscribe to our newsletter to find out when our next rotation will be available. For further or specific research questions, please contact us at contact@thekleschcollection.com.

Images from the collection are shared only for educational and research purposes. If you would like to request an image from the collection, please contact us at contact@thekleschcollection.com or through our contact form.

Our books are available in both hard copy and ebook. All Klesch Collection publications and more information on how to purchase them can be found here.

Scholarship Programme

No, The Klesch Collection Scholarship covers the yearly university fees. Funds will be paid directly to the university and not to the recipient as a stipend.

Yes. Both the scholarship application form and the supporting letters of recommendation must be written in English.

No, the letters should be submitted to us directly by the recommenders at the email address provided.

Your application form and letter of acceptance from the university need to be submitted by the deadline for you to be eligible for the scholarship.

Yes, if you are enrolled in, for example, a two-year M.A. or in a PhD programme and have progressed beyond the first year, please submit the initial letter of acceptance and also the confirmation of your registration at the university for the upcoming academic year.

Yes, as long as you are still eligible, you are welcome to apply the following year. You will need to resubmit a complete application, including letters of recommendation.

Yes, you may apply as soon as your application is ready, although an early submission will not give you any advantage in the selection process.

Frequently asked questions

About the Collection & Research

As a private collection, the Klesch Collection is currently not open to the public. We are committed to sharing our artworks with the widest possible audience, and we often have our paintings in museums as part of a temporary exhibition or on long-term loan. More information on our current loans can be found here. Make sure to subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date on where you might be able to see our paintings next!

The Klesch Collection is committed to sharing its treasures with the wider public. Either as part of specific, focused exhibitions or supplementing permanent collections with long-term loans, works from the Klesch Collection can be found in museums all over the world. If you are interested in borrowing one or more paintings from the Klesch Collection, please contact us at contact@thekleschcollection.com.

We list the object details, provenance, literature and exhibition information on the paintings included in our quarterly rotations. Subscribe to our newsletter to find out when our next rotation will be available. For further or specific research questions, please contact us at contact@thekleschcollection.com.

Images from the collection are shared only for educational and research purposes. If you would like to request an image from the collection, please contact us at contact@thekleschcollection.com or through our contact form.

Our books are available in both hard copy and ebook. All Klesch Collection publications and more information on how to purchase them can be found here.

Scholarship Programme

No, The Klesch Collection Scholarship covers the yearly university fees. Funds will be paid directly to the university and not to the recipient as a stipend.

Yes. Both the scholarship application form and the supporting letters of recommendation must be written in English.

No, the letters should be submitted to us directly by the recommenders at the email address provided.

Your application form and letter of acceptance from the university need to be submitted by the deadline for you to be eligible for the scholarship.

Yes, if you are enrolled in, for example, a two-year M.A. or in a PhD programme and have progressed beyond the first year, please submit the initial letter of acceptance and also the confirmation of your registration at the university for the upcoming academic year.

Yes, as long as you are still eligible, you are welcome to apply the following year. You will need to resubmit a complete application, including letters of recommendation.

Yes, you may apply as soon as your application is ready, although an early submission will not give you any advantage in the selection process.