Famous art at Old National Gallery in Berlin, Germany

Following are some of famous painters’ art works in the Old National Gallery (Alte Nationalgalerie) in Berlin, Germany.  The works in this museum are mostly Classical, Romantic with a tad of Impressionist and Modern Art.

You will find a limited amount of paintings by Delacroix, Goya, Manet, Monet but an overabundance of German painters such as Menzel, Weitsch, Corinth, among others.

Sitting on the second floor is a copy of Rodin’s famous sculpture ‘The Thinker’.

More famous art to come in the near future, enjoy!

Seated Nude, Eugène Delacroix


The Maypole, Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes


Bärtiger Männerkopf im Profil nach rechts, Adolph Menzel


Falke auf eine Taube Stoßend, Adolph Menzel


Der Fuß des Künstlers, Adoplh Menzel


Tritons and Naiads, Max Klinger


Woman in Rose-Trimmed Hat, Lovis Corinth


Nanna, Anselm Feuerbach


Children’s Afternoon at Wargemont, Auguste Renoir


Chestnut in Blossom, Auguste Renoir


Still Life with Flowers and Fruit, Paul Cézanne


Mill on the Couleuvre at Pontoise, Paul Cézanne


Still Life with Fruit and Crockery, Paul Cézanne


White Lilac, Edouard Manet


In the Conservatory, Eduard Manet


View of Vétheuil-sur-Seine, Claude Monet


Houses at Argenteuil, Claude Monet


Summer, Claude Monet


Saint-Germain-l’Auxerrois in Pairs, Claude Monet


The Author David Friedländer, Friedrich Georg Weitsch


The abbot Jerusalem, the Father of “Young Werther”, Friedrich Georg Weitsch


Sin, Franz von Stuck


The Philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HEGEL, Jacob Schlesinger


The Thinker (copy of original in Paris), Auguste Rodin


Tahitianische Fischerinnen, Paul Gauguin


Richard Wagner, Franz von Lenbach



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