Gem & _ldegalerie, Berlin Oil Gallery, is one of my favorite galleries to see the Botticelli Renaissance in 2015. The exhibition at the Berlin Oil Gallery featured Botticelli's fascinating Renaissance history. More than 100 Masterpieces in the history of European art, gathered in the hands of the greatest collections around the world, recorded how Botticelli's original works became "images" and, in turn, forced the original to pale. In addition to Botticelli's following works for centuries, more than 20 works of art met with the audience for the first time, which made me know this artist again. The main part of the gallery contains paintings by top European artists from the 13th to 18th centuries, such as Raphael, Titian, Caravaggio, Rubens, Rembrandt and Frammel. It is an indispensable part of the world's most famous gallery. Museum collection is very large, take a long time to see, few people, art-loving friends must go here to see. Arrival mode - "light rail/subway - "S1/S2/S25/U2, Potsdamer Platz station opening time - "Tuesday-Sunday 10:00-18:00 Thursday 10:00-22:00 tickets depend on the situation of the exhibition, usually around 8 Euros.
From the front, the gallery looks like a Greek temple on a grand platform with a solemn appearance. The front and side of the facade are changed by using the front column plane of ancient Greece: a columnar corridor is set at the front entrance which is independent of the wall.
The works here are excellent. It's a museum worth visiting. I think it's more valuable than Museum Island.
Very large gallery, there are many famous works. Not many people, but far fewer people than Museum Island. Museum cards are available.
The gallery is an art gallery on Berlin's Museum Island. It exhibits a lot of European paintings from the 13th to 18th centuries. It is also the most important collection of paintings in the world. It is very eye-catching. After a visit, I feel that I have artistic cells.