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Franz von Stuck und Beethoven.

Musik in der Kunst des Münchner Jugendstils

13.07.2013 to 24.11.2013

The painter, sculptor and illustrator Franz von Stuck (1863-1928), from Tettenweis in
Lower Bavaria, was one of the most important and most versatile figures of the art nouveau
period in Germany. Through his work and his influence as professor at the Munich
Academy of Art he made a lasting impression on art around 1900 and together with Franz
von Lenbach (1836-1904) and Friedrich August von Kaulbach (1850-1920) was one of the
predominant "Art Lords" in the Bavarian capital.

Accompanying publication

Kurzführer.pdf (960.0 KB)
Brief Guide (966.9 KB)
Petit guide (961.0 KB)