Turkish Painting from the Ottoman Reformation to the Republic
Sakıp Sabancı Cad. No: 42, Emirgan
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 20:00 on Wednesday
Closed On Mondays
0090 212 277 2200
The Sakıp Sabancı Painting Collection is composed of select examples of early Turkish painting as well as the works of foreign artists who worked in Istanbul during the later years of the Ottoman Empire. The collection is focused primarily on works created between 1850 and 1950, and in addition to works by Raphael and local artists such as Konstantin Kapıdağlı, Osman Hamdi Bey, Şeker Ahmed Paşa, Süleyman Seyyid, Nazmi Ziya Güran, İbrahim Çallı, Feyhaman Duran and Fikret Mualla, also includes the works of foreign artists like Fausto Zonaro and Ivan Ayvazovski.
Taksim: Get on the bus 40 Taksim – Sarıyer, 40T Taksim – İstinye Dereiçi, or 42T Taksim – Bahçeköy and get off at the Emirgan-Çınaraltı stop.
Atatürk Airport: You can use the Aksaray – Havaalanı metro line, then transfer on to the T1 Zeytinburnu – Kabataş tramline at Aksaray. Get off at the Kabataş stop and take the bus 22RE Kabataş – Reşitpaşa, 25E Kabataş – Sarıyer, or 22 Kabataş – İstinye Dereiçi. The stop you get off is called Emirgan – Çınaraltı.
Blue Mosque Area: Take the T1 Zeytinburnu – Kabataş tramline to get off at the Kabataş stop. From there take the bus 22E Kabataş – Reşitpaşa, 25E Kabataş – Sarıyer, or 22 Kabataş – İstinye Dereiçi and get off at the Emirgan-Çınaraltı stop.