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Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Stuttgart

With its rich collection of masterworks dating from the fourteenth century to the present, the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart is among Germany’s most popular museums. Both its impressive museum complex and its holdings mirror the link between tradition and modernity.

The Staatsgalerie Stuttgart presents its superb collection on some 9,000 square metres of exhibition space offered by the old building of 1843, the famous post-modern Stirling Building, and the Steib Halls constructed in 2002. Among the prominent holdings are the approximately 400,000 works belonging to the Department of Prints, Drawings and Photographs, Early Swabian panel painting and outstanding examples of nineteenth-century Swabian Neoclassicism. The chief emphasis of the museum collection is undoubtedly the Classical Modern period with art spanning the years from 1900 to 1980. Special highlights here are Oskar Schlemmer’s Figurines for the Triadic Ballet of the early 1920s, Henri Matisse’s famous Backs (1909-‒30), numerous works by Picasso including the sculptural group The Bathers (1956), and the Joseph Beuys room installed by the artist himself.

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Konrad-Adenauer-straße 30-32, Stuttgart, Germany
Exhibitions
Museum's collection
Marcantonio Raimondi. The judgment of Paris (for a lost original by Raphael)
2
Marcantonio Raimondi
1515
Edgar Degas. Seated Nude, wiping the neck and back
4
Edgar Degas
1895, 121×101 cm
Pablo Picasso. A mother and child
4
Pablo Picasso
1905, 90×71 cm
Edgar Degas. Nude on the edge of the bathtub, wiping his feet
3
Edgar Degas
1905, 68×36 cm
Natalia Goncharova. Yellow and green forest
10
Natalia Goncharova
1913, 102.5×85.5 cm
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Sailboats near Grunau
1
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
1914, 90×80 cm
Otto Dix. Metropolis
5
Otto Dix
1928, 181×402 cm
Lovis Corinto. In the slaughterhouse (the slaughterhouse)
1
Lovis Corinto
1893, 78×89 cm
Claude Monet. Sunlight effect under the poplars
9
Claude Monet
1887, 74.3×93 cm
Rothko Mark. Untitled
1
Rothko Mark
1962, 206.5×193 cm
Amedeo Modigliani. Nude on white pillow
15
Amedeo Modigliani
1917, 60×92 cm
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Swimmers enter the sea
2
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
1912, 146×20 cm
Edward Coley Burne-Jones. The Perseus Series: The Baleful Head
0
Edward Coley Burne-Jones
1887, 155×130 cm
Paul Gauguin. Where are you going?
8
Paul Gauguin
1892, 96×69 cm
Pablo Picasso. Reclining Nude playing with a cat
1
Pablo Picasso
1964, 130×195 cm
Egon Schiele. Vorstadt
3
Egon Schiele
1914
Lucas Cranach the Elder. Judith with the head of Holofernes
6
Lucas Cranach the Elder
1530, 56×80 cm
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. The tram in Dresden
1
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
1909, 69×78 cm
Edward Coley Burne-Jones. The Perseus Series: The Rock of Doom
2
Edward Coley Burne-Jones
1888, 155×130 cm
Edward Coley Burne-Jones. The Perseus Series: The Doom Fulfilled
2
Edward Coley Burne-Jones
1888, 155×140.5 cm
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