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here you will find exhibitions from the selected category. They are sorted in descending order of actuality. New exhibitions are listed at the top. Exhibitions whose runtime is in the past are listed further down. As an art enthusiast, you can also use this archive to find out about past exhibitions. 

Lovis Corinth – Woman with Rose-Trimmed Hat

One sees the portrait of a woman who is the wife of the painter Charlotte Berend-Corinth (*1880 in Berlin, † 1967 in New York City). Her head is covered by a big hat with pink and purple petals. Her facial expression is a smile. Her glance falls to the right, past the observer. Charlotte placed […]

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Phillip Otto Runge – Wife and Son of the Artist

Pauline Runge, the wife of the artist, is carrying her son in her arms. She’s looking at her child, who is looking at the observer of the picture. He is holding a yellow fruit in his left hand and his right hand is laying of the breast of his mother. The classicist picture seems expressively […]

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Max Liebermann – Women plucking geese

Max Liebermann was still a student in Weimar when he painted “Women Plucking Geese”. Liebermann was influenced by a contemporary art piece from Mihály von Munkácsy, which shows “Flachspflücker” that he saw in Munkascy’s atelier in Düsseldorf. After he saw Munkascy’s painting, he started his own, his first big oil painting. He didn’t find recognition […]

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Claude Monet – L’Ete

`When the sky and the landscape melt in the shimmering sunlight, summer’s there`, that’s what one could think while looking at the painting “L’Ete” by Claude Monet. Our glance glides across a cornfield or meadow, where a woman is sitting at the front in the shade. An umbrella is lying next to her. The grass […]

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Edouard Manet – House at Rueil

A hot summer’s day in gleaming light. The painter is seated in the shade from the trees on a nearly white gravel path. His glance falls upon the sunlit house in front of him. We can only see a part of the two storey house. The facade is one of a French cottage with classical […]

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Paul Cezanne – Le Moulin sur la Couleuvre a Pontoise

The purchase of the painting in 1897 by the director of the Berliner Nationalgalerie Hugo von Tschudi, was only a small revolution. Not only did Tschudi rebel against Wilhelm II, who hated the French, who in return preferenced more historical paintings, but the Berliner Museum already owned an artwork from Cezanne, even before the government’s […]

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Sandro Botticelli – Madonna with Child

Thanks to Count Atanasius Raczynski one is able to marvel at “Madonna with Child” and eight singing angels by Sandro Botticelli in Berlin. In 1824 he bought the art piece for 2500 francs (for his collection in his art gallery at his palace). A not so well known fact is that his palace was situated […]

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Frans Hals – Malle Babbe

The portrayed woman actually existed. The Gemeentearchief in Haarlem gave disclosure on her. She stayed in a working house in Haarlem, which was to that time also a mental hospital and jail. She stayed in the section for people suffering from leprosy and paid about 65 Gulden towards rent. Frans Hals’s son Pieter, who was […]

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Charles Mellin – Portrait of a Gentleman

We see the impressive, popular figure of a man. He’s standing lateral, slightly elevated by a step next to a stone pillar. He’s looking down at the observer over his right shoulder. His glance is distanced and proud. His face is dominated by his double chin, round cheeks and his thick red-brown hair. No less […]

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Max Slevogt – The red D’Andrade

Opera singer Francesco d’Andrade, born 1858 in Lisbon and died 1921 in Berlin, celebrated success with his demon-like compulsive embodiment of Don Giovanni. Slevogt became friends with d’Andrade in 1894 when he met him at a Don Giovanni performance for the royal court opera in Munich. His engaging appearance became recurring motif in Slevogt’s work. […]

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