Rozentāls, who was a founder of the fine arts in Latvia, lived at the flat together with his wife, the Finnish singer Elli Forssell. A sub-renter at the flat, in turn, was the outstanding Latvian author Rūdolfs Blaumanis.
Visitors can tour the artist’s family living room, children’s room and bedrooms. The artist’s studio was on the second floor of the flat, and when designing the building, Pēkšēns knew that the Rozentāls family would live in the 9th flat. That is why he built the studio in accordance with the artist’s desires.
Blaumanis was a friend and contemporary of Rozentāls. He spent the last years of his life there, and the exhibition includes a room that is dedicated to him. The exhibition offers a look at various aspects of the writer’s creative work, including literature, journalism and the theatre.