This Museum has impressive facilities. The 19th century era rooms on the first floor are stately and richly decorated. The upper story Gallery's are spacious, well laid out, and well lit. Nonetheless, the collection is, in my view, dreadful. It consists mostly of schmaltzy or saccharine 19th-century French and German painting. The collection of earlier works mostly consists of the lesser products of lesser artists. You can tell that there is a reason why most of his art is not in Berlin or Frankfurt. This Museum compliments it's dreadful collection with an arrogant and unhelpful staff. The best thing that can be said for it is that it has a very nice café.
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