Gemäldegalerie

Gemäldegalerie

Berlin's Gemäldegalerie (Picture Gallery), also known as the Old Masters Museums is one of the world’s most impressive collections of European painting exhibiting an astonishing range of European art from the 13th to the 18th centuries from the great European masters.

Gemäldegalerie am Kulturforum

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Berlin’s Gemäldegalerie (Picture Gallery), also known as the Old Masters Museums is one of the world’s most impressive collections of European painting exhibiting an astonishing range of European art from the 13th to the 18th centuries from the great European masters including Botticelli, Dürer, Rembrandt, Rubens and Titian. For Rembrandt fans this is the world’s largest collection with over 16 of his paintings. In the daunting new Kulturforum near Potsdamer Platz over 3,000 works of art are exhibited chronologically in over 53 Halls through separate epochs, art genres and schools in the daunting new Kulturforum near Potsdamer Platz designed in 1997, encompassing 7,000 sq m of exhibition space. Over 900 masterpieces can be seen in the Main Gallery collection.
Raffael in Berlin: Die Madonnen der Gemäldegalerie
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Gemäldegalerie / Jörg P. Anders

Raphael in Berlin: The Madonnas of the Gemäldegalerie

13 December 2019 to 26 April 2020

2020 marks the 500th anniversary of the death of the Grand Master of Renaissance Art: Raphael. On the occasion of this jubilee, a big «Meeting of the Madonnas» will take place in the Gemäldegalerie. more

For orientation, the tour can start to the right of the entrance rotunda on the main floor with galleries I to 4 of German painting from the 13th to 16th centuries. Dutch Masters in the adjacent rooms include ‘The Netherlandish Proverbs’ by Peter Bruegel. The Rembrandts can be seen in gallery 10 and further on are Titian’s and Raphel’s Madonnas.
Gainsborough and Reynolds as well as Goya and Velasquez are divided between the Great Hall (Hauptgalerie) and the Study Gallery. Highlights include Caravaggio’s Amor Victorius (1602) and Rubens’ Perseus Liberating Andromeda (1622). Excellent audio guides in English are available included in the admission price.

Gemäldegalerie: Current exhibitions and tickets

Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio: Amor als Sieger, 1602
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Gemäldegalerie / Jörg P. Anders

Paintings from the 13th to 18th century

The Gemäldegalerie possesses one of the world's finest collections of European art from the 13th to 18th century. After the collection was founded in 1830, it was systematically built up and perfected. The exhibition includes masterpieces by artists from... more

Gerard ter Borch: Galante Konversation
© SMB, Gemäldegalerie / Christoph Schmidt

Virtuosic Variants from the Workshop of Gerard ter Borchs

There are two surviving, virtually identical versions of Gerard ter Borch the Younger’s (1617–1681) Gallant Conversation (also known as The Paternal Admonition), with one version held in the collection of the Gemäldegalerie in Berlin, and the other in... more

Kinder-Reich in der Gemäldegalerie. Die Werkstatt des Malers
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / Valerie Schmidt

Kinder-Reich: the Gemäldegalerie for Kids. The Painter's Workshop

In the 'Kinder-Reich' at the Gemäldegalerie, children can find out for themselves how Dutch 17th-century paintings were created. In a diverse range of activities and learning approaches, they discover many facts on the processes and work steps involved... more

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Address
Stauffenbergstraße 40
10785 Berlin
Phone
+49 30 266424242
Internet
www.smb.museum
Opening Hours
Mon closed. Tue, Wed, Fri 10-18, Thu 10-20, Sat+Sun 11-18
Admission Fee
10,- Euro, red. 5,- Euro
Tickets
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Source: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Bearbeitung: berlin.de

| Last edited: 29. November 2019