Portrait of Calvin (Albert Anker, 1831-1910)

The Reformation in the 19th Century

Albert ANKER (1831-1910), 1859. Historical Museum of the Reformation, Geneva. On display at the MIR, Geneva.

Portrait of John Calvin

Marc Guillaume Louis PROESSEL, Portrait of Jean Calvin. Geneva, International Museum of the Reformation.

Temple of Lyon called “Paradis”

The Bible

Jean Perrissin, Le Temple de Paradis. ©Bibliothèque de Genève

St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre

Barbier-Mueller Room

François Dubois (1529-1584), St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre.

Pulpit from the Desert

The Revocation of the Edict of Nantes

Pulpit from the Desert of Monteils (Gard). Musée du Désert in Mialet, currently on loan at the MIR.

Assembly in the Desert

The Revocation of the Edict of Nantes

L. BELLOTTI, d’après Jean-Jacques Storni, Assemblée dans le Désert

A Collection of founding texts of the Reformation

The Salon - Aboard the Mayflower: The Sailing continues

14 prestigious testimonies of the beginnings of the Reformation.

Luther in Hell and Calvin in Hell


Painted by Egbert II van Heemskerck. Purchased thanks to donations by the Hempel family, François Micheli and Lorenzo Pedrazzini.

Works by Pierre de Ronsard

Barbier-Mueller Room

Works by Pierre de Ronsard, Paris, 1560

Portrait of Martin Luther by Lucas Cranach

The Bible

Lucas Cranach the Elder (and workshop), Portrait of Martin Luther, 1530. Private collection, Geneva. Exhibited at MIR, Geneva.