One of the most important art museums in Frankfurt, the museum houses a collection of 2700 paintings, 100,000 drawings and 600 sculptures. There are shuffled displays of various art works from time to time. The paintings belong to a varied range of seven centuries and with early 14th, late gothic, renaissance, Baroque, 19th and 20th century.
A must visit for every art enthusiast!
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The exhibitions include paintings/sculptures from 1500's to contemporary. The contemporary floor is specially interesting. The museum is quite big compared to other museums I visited in Germany. There is a phone app you can download which contains a guide for selected pieces. The whole museum can take up to 2-3 hours to cover.
Very organized museum with important pieces from 1400 to present. Great recorded guide with headphones allow to understand both the pieces and their historical context. A must visit!
I enjoyed a lovely collection of art, though I spent little time on the bottom floor with the "modern art" which included a plain black canvas. The top two floors possessed a rich collection of more elegant and complex works I found very nice
The section with abstract stuff like Picasso was really nice. But I think they accidentally added some blurry photos to one of the exhibits, or maybe just some random pictures off of someone's camera phone. Otherwise really nice.
An incredible collection of art from the 1600's to today. Staff were also very helpful, and as a backpacker it was great to be able to store my bag for free while I was there. The cafe is also quite good.