It is rare for there to be a single museum, let alone museum outside of the Louvre or even the British Museum, that has such a full and varied art collection. The Nationalmuseum Stockholm is no exception. It exhibits a rich collection of Swedish paintings from the 16th Century as well as various other collections of international art. Its art collection comprises over 40,000 drawings and 100,000 prints. The collections also features objects like furniture, textiles, silver and jewelry. Representative for the history of Swedish art from the 15th century to 1866 is the museum's painting collection which includes a large group of works by Albertus Pictor as well as Hans Olovsson Kylander jr., Gustaf Cederström and Alexander Roslin. The collection of 19th-century painting holds works by Claude Lorrain, Carl Fredrik Hill, Johan Tobias Sergel and Ernst Josephson as well as portraits by both prominent and lesser known painters such as Per Krafft the Elder, Oscar Björck and Nils Blommér amongst others. A separate gallery is dedicated to Albert Engström's paintings as well as an adjacent gallery with works from the late 19th century. Also noteworthy is the collection of Herman Kruuse, who donated his collection to the museum in 1923. The main part of this collection comprises Swedish painting and French painting from late 18th-century until mid-19th century. The museum also holds a fine collection of art by Scandinavian artists in other media: Henry Heerup, Roar Pfänder (with his famous blue quays), Elov Olsson, Hjörn Ewers etc. This same period is covered by some 130 paintings and 180 drawings that make up director Carl Fredrik Hill's own collection which has been on display since 2005 at the premises of Vallåkra Estate west of Ystad. The museum has a further extensive collection of international art from the rest of Europe, America and Asia as well as applied art (regional costumes, ceramics, glassware, porcelain and silver etc.).