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All reviews otto dix gerhard richter modern art sculpture gallery german artists van gogh his contemporaries entry hall great collection on display couple hours collection includes free audio guide great building large collection east germany alte meister
Fine mixed collection of art (paintings and sculptures) from ancient Egypt to modern time where everyone can find something attracting. Includes works of world-famous artists (Gauguin, Monet, Shagall, Van Gogh, Dix etc). Reasonably small size of the exhibition is an advantage: the visitor does not...More
An enjoyably spacious and relaxed gallery space in which to enjoy a wonderful collection of C19 and C20 art. Terrific Caspar David Friedrich room as well as later German masters like Otto Dix and Max Slevogt.
I was amazed that such a not large art space comprises an amount of very prominent art works like Basquiat, Van Gogh, Kokoschka, Degas, Müller, Gerhard Richter etc. Didn't expect to see an art work of one of the most influencila austrian sculptor – Fritz...More
Better confess straight up to not being particularly fond of religious, moderist or abstact art so alot of the offerings were give due or scant attention. Just the same did enjoy walking through the sculptures, bronzes etc over the various levels. There were a few...More
Great museum of art 1800-present. Most of it and German and Eastern Art, But there are a couple salons of masters. They had an interesting exhibit of art collecting during the time of East Germany. Well laid out space. Definitely recommend
This has mainly modern art (ie since late 1800s ) but is so varied that it makes up a fascinating whole. Of particular interest are the pieces acquired during the DDR era and the strict criteria used for purchasing works. The pieces had to be...More
Well we went inside and there was on a big screen, in the entrance hall and we read " free entrance afther 3 PM" and we went up the stairs. Upstairs was Someone who asked for our tickets, so we went off the stairs up...More
Named the Albertinum to honor Saxony's King Albert who converted this 16th century building into a museum between 1884-1887, this collection displays art from the Romantic period to the present day. While the Albertinum suffered less damage during WWII, flooding of the Elbe River in...More