It is said that the old art gallery, in fact, the architecture is modern style, just because the collection of works is about 14-18 century works. The collection of Renaissance masterpieces in the gallery is enough to make it into the top galleries, such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Rafael, Porticelli, Lippi and so on. Relatively more are works by Rubens, Rembrandt and Van Dyke. In particular, Rubens'giant paintings are very shocking. In a single studio on the ground floor, the self-portrait of Diller, the most talented and famous painter in German history, hangs quietly on the wall. Diller's face value is very high, so it is estimated to be a bit narcissistic, creating the "self-portrait" this form. In the picture, Diller's eyebrow is clear and beautiful, with a look of Jesus. Like Leonardo Da Vinci, his talent goes far beyond painting, which makes his paintings extremely lifelike. It's a pity that even such a high-level Gallery only exhibits two paintings of Dulle.
Munich's old paintings, mainly collecting 18th and 19th century European art, is one of the most important art galleries in the world and one of the oldest in the world. Here you can see Titian, the early works of Leonardo Da Vinci, and the self-portrait of Diller, the greatest German artist, whose face resembles Christ Jesus. If you like Rembrandt and Rubens, you can't miss it. There is a huge "Great Last Judgment" of Rubens, which has not been moved since the opening of our museum in the early nineteenth century. The height of the building is tailored to the painting. (Love)
The Old Painting Gallery, also known as the Ancient Painting Gallery, is one of the most famous art galleries in Munich, Germany, and also one of the six most famous art galleries in the world. Here Monet on Manet's boat and lunch in his studio can be called Impressionist classics.
Alte Pinakothek, Munich's old painting gallery, is currently being renovated. Some of the exhibition areas are not open to the public, but the self-portrait of Dulle in the key collection is still appreciated. The Museum mainly collects the paintings of Widen, Raphael, Leonardo Da Vinci, Rubens, Titian, Rembrandt and other masters.
Munich's Old Museum of Painting is one of the six major art galleries in the world. Most of the works are Renaissance paintings with themes of Western religions, including Jesus, Notre Dame and war. Every Sunday, the admission fee for the gallery is 1 euro, and usually 7 euros. No bags are allowed during the visit. The bags need to be deposited in the left-hand post after entering the door.
This area should be Munich Munich Museum of Art / Museum Agglomeration Area ~~It's full of all kinds of museums!!! It's worth spending two or three days shopping! All kinds of masterpieces absolutely amaze you and make your eyes feast!! PS. Its own architecture is also very attractive! But their business hours are very short. They open at 10 a.m. and close at 6 p.m.!! Look at two museums at most a day, I think! By the way! There will be a special ticket on Sunday.
If you're interested in art, the Old Pinakothek is the perfect stop for you. There you can marvel at paintings by Dürer, Bruegel, Rubens and co.
One of the oldest galleries in the world covering art from 14th to 18th century.