Since the restoration of Vaduz Castle in 1938 and the move of the Princely Family to Vaduz, this is the home of the collections, too. However, only a few of the art treasures are open to the public, and most of these are housed in the LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM in Vienna – the city that has played a key role in the life of the family for many generations. Temporary exhibitions in the LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM in Vaduz give further insights into the diversity of the collection.
Today, the Princely Collections rank among the most important private art collections worldwide, and the Princely Family still takes an active part in adding to them. They mostly comprise works from the period between the 15th and 19th centuries, with a focus on early 17th century Baroque paintings. Besides bronze sculptures and decorative arts, they also include a notable Biedermeier collection, which is to be exhibited in Vienna’s Stadtpalais in a few years’ time. At present, the building is still undergoing renovation. Klebel, who also has her own studio in Bregenz as well as working as a member of the restoration team for the Princely Collections in Vaduz, mainly looks after the paintings. Her job involves conservation, restoration, supervising storage conditions, and drafting loan and transport evaluations.