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The Stadtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus was established in the former residence of the artist Franz von Lenbach and is most known for its world-class and unique collection of works by the artists of The Blue Rider, such as Franz Marc, Wassily...more
All reviews blaue reiter franz marc modern art german art historic rooms excellent collection large collection permanent collection audio guide small museum great museum entrance fee well worth the visit on display couple of hours klee artists
The gallery is in a beautiful old villa and has a great mixture of art styles. The highlight of the gallery is the 2nd floor which focuses on the blaue reiter group and its formation. Be sure to ask for an audio guide, which is...More
Great collection of German art in a Florentine villa, near all the major museums. This was a fun experience with some modern art mixed in with the traditional. Easy layout to maneuver. Even the train station featured lighting by an artist.
If you love early-20th-century German art, this is the place to visit. This is the famed Lenbach Mansion, filled with paintings we associate with the German Modernist Blaue Reiter School: von Stuck, Kandinsky, Münther, Marc, etc. The composer Arnold Schoenberg was associated with this group...More
This museum was wonderful. A huge collection of the Blaue Reiter artists in a wonderfully renovated old villa. There are few places in the world where you can see a significant number of Kandinsky, Muenter, Macke, Munch and all their friends in such a brilliant...More
This gallery has the definite collection of art by the Jugendstl (Art Nouveau) German Blue Rider movement, which included Kandinsky, Marc and Macke amongst others, and which mirrored the Secessionist movement led by Klimt in Vienna. Fascinating art, well worth studying. Rest of rooms have...More
The Municipal Gallery in Lenbach House is one of those sleepy art museums that I suspect doesn't quite get the love it deserves in a city that has many outstanding art museums. And, that's a shame, because what's inside is well worth your attention and...More
We recently visited Munich and had a nice time at Lenbachhaus (€10 per adult), a Florentine style villa that belonged to painter Franz von Lenbach and is now a museum of contemporary and modern art in the Museum District. Opening hours are 10am to 6pm...More