picture gallery

The Gemäldegalerie (Painting Gallery) is an important Berlin museum dedicated to European painting from the 13th to the 8th century. His collection is one of the most important in Europe, with works by European artists such as Giotto, Botticelli, Raphael, Mantegna, Lippi, Tiziano, Pittoni, Caravaggio, Antonello da Messina, Van Eyck, Petrus Christus, Dürer, Rubens, Vermeer and Rembrandt (of which 16 paintings are preserved). The museum has ancient origins: it was in fact the most important department of the Altes Museum (1830). It was in 1904 that the museum was moved to another building, becoming autonomous. Today, the Gemäldegalerie has an exhibition space of 7000 square meters, with 53 rooms in which the multiple works are exhibited in chronological order and divided by school. Among the most famous works are the Triptych of the Last Judgment by Beato Angelico, the Presentation in the Temple of Mantegna, Caravaggio's Amor vincit Omnia, Rubens' Perseus liberates Andromeda, Correggio's Leda and several others.

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10785 Berlin


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