Georges Rouault’s works can be found in museums throughout the world.  Unfortunately we cannot provide an exhaustive list on the site.  The list below represents some of the organisations who have played an important role in making the artists work more widely known.

We are always interested in hearing from museum curators who own the artist’s works as we are currently collating an up to date catalogue.  Please see the Contact page for details of how to get in touch.


in France
The Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, has the most important collection of Rouault’s works owned by a museum, thanks to the generosity of Georges Rouault’s children.  The Salle Rouault (Rouault Room) displays a permanent selection of works, frequently augmented by previously unseen paintings.

in Europe
The Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg displays works by Rouault in its permanent collection and in special exhibitions.

in Japan
Rouault’s works are greatly appreciated in Japan.  We mention here three very active organisations:

The Idemitsu Museum has a very large collection and organises presentations of the collection every year in Japanese museums.

The Shiodome Museum, Rouault Gallery, is the first museum entirely consecrated to the works of Georges Rouault. The museum opened in April 2003 in the headquarters of Matsushita Electric Works in Tokyo.

The Yoshii Foundation, in Kiyoharu, has a museum where Rouault’s works are well represented, as well as a chapel where one can see stained glass works and prints from the Miserere.

in the USA
The Phillips Collection, in Washington, has been showing works by Georges Rouault for many years and is interested in the techniques perfected by the artist.