The building is very beautiful and it should be very historical, but it is a pity that we don't have time to visit because we only stayed in Hamburg for one day. It is very recommended for those who like to visit exhibitions.
The collection of works is super rich, especially a lot of pencil sketches. I really like the museum in Hamburg! I was very lucky to catch up with Reinhardt’s special exhibition, and my luck was so lucky.
Hamburger Kunsthalle-thrilling German modern art and the golden age of Dutch painting.
Hamburg's fine art museum, on display, is a substantial collection of European and German art that spans centuries. Plenty of heavy-hitters like Claude Monet and Ernst Ludwig Kirchner as well as lesser-known artists, at least to me. We really enjoyed ourselves here.
For those who want to dedicate a day to a museum, this is the one. Hamburg’s Kunsthalle is comprised of three buildings housing medieval, classic, modern and contemporary art. There is the original brick structure from 1869, a neo-classical limestone annex of added in 1919 and finally a white cube opened in 1997 featuring the ‘gallery of the present’ which ties it all together. Seven centuries of art are housed here: the Old Masters Collection focuses on North German Art from around 1400, Dutch painting from the 17th century, Italian painting from 1350 to 1800 and 17th to 18th century French paintings. More modern works include pieces by Max Beckmann, Edvard Munch, Adolph Menzel and Max Liebermann while the gallery of the present shows pieces from 1960 through today. The Kunsthalle’s temporary exhibitions are typically topnotch.
This building is very beautiful and gives a sense of faith, especially the domed roof gives a sense of art.
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Außenalster,Miniatur Wunderland,Hamburg City Hall,Speicherstadt Museum,Jungfernstieg