State Gallery in Stuttgart

Staatsgalerie Stuttgart

The Staatsgalerie in Stuttgart is one of the most renowned art museums in Germany, with a collection ranging from the 14th century to the present day. In addition to preserving a large number of masterpieces that have been created over the centuries, from Holbein to Rembrandt and Rubens, from Carracci and Tiepolo to Claude Monet's "Spring Fields", it is the Classic Modern Collection in particular that is internationally regarded as outstanding. All the famous artists of European and American art from 1900 to 1985 are represented. Highlights are the "Figures for the Triadic Ballet" by Oskar Schlemmer (1922), the "Back Nudes" by Henri Matisse, the sculptural group "The Bathers" by Pablo Picasso. (1956) and the Beuys room from 1984, furnished by the artist himself. The Graphic Collection, with its extensive holdings from modern times, is also one of the largest collections of its kind. The museum awaits visitors with the collection and temporary exhibitions on 12,000 square meters in three buildings, including the Stirling Building, one of the icons of postmodernism.


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Konrad-Adenauer-Straße 30-32
70173 Stuttgart


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