Fresh wind. Impressionism of the North
Like a breath of fresh air, Impressionism arrived in France in the 1860s. This led to a fundamental change in style in northern Europe and beyond.
In this special travelling exhibition in cooperation with the Museum Kunst der Westküste (Alkersum/Föhr) and the Niedersächsisches Landesmuseum in Hanover, a top selection of German, Danish and Dutch Impressionism will be shown, providing an insight into the similarities and differences between these regions of the country.
Based on six themes, the main subjects of impressionism are covered: light, on land, by the sea, in town, garden and winter.
Featuring works by Fritz Mackensen, Max Liebermann, Lovis Corinth and Max Slevogt (from Germany), Anna and Michael Ancher, Peder Severin Krøyer and Viggo Johansen (from Denmark) and Anton Mauve, George Hendrik Breitner, Isaac Israels and Jan Toorop, among others.
- Daily until may 5th, 2024