Those with a taste for classical art and architecture can’t go wrong with visiting Neue Pinakothek Museum in Munich. Located deep in Munich’s “Kunstareal”, the “art area” of town, this is a museum unlike many of the others that the city has to offer, because of its unique focus on 19th century art. In fact, art historians and enthusiasts alike have deemed it one of the most significant and important museums in the world when it comes to 19th century works.
Importantly, its quality collection does not lack in quantity either; the museum houses more than 3000 paintings in a variety of visual styles, as well as 50 sculptures representing a variation of Germany’s schools of design. Here, you can marvel at the grisly detail of an original Goya, while at the same time admiring the lush detail of Hogarth. Germany itself is represented by the considerable talents of Friedrich Overbeck and Karl Schinkel. Be certain to pay a visit.
Address: Barer Straße 29, 80799 München, Germany
Open hours: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Phone: +49 89.23805-195
Architect: Alexander von Branca
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