Cows, Noble Ladies, and Enchanted Landscapes…

Or a Love Affair with Painting: New Arrivals from the 19th Century

30 Apr 21 — 26 Sep 21

Hans Makart, The Artist’s Wife as Flora, 1883. Museum Wiesbaden, Collection Ferdinand Wolfgang Neess. Photo: Museum Wiesbaden / Bernd Fickert

"Anyone who can’t paint cows properly should milk them instead."

Wilhelm Leibl (1844—1900)

Itself a product of the 19th century, Museum Wiesbaden has a particular affinity with the art of this period. Like pearls on a necklace, the exhibition strings together the century’s huge variety of artistic trends and documents the unique painterly abilities of the epoch’s artists. Many of the new acquisitions which have enriched the Gallery of 19th Century at Museum Wiesbaden, such as Fritz von Uhde’s In the Monastery Garden of 1875 and Hans Makar’s The Artist’s Wife as Flora of 1883, are presented here for the first time.   


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