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The Dutch Golden Age

In the Golden Age of the Netherlands, painting saw a great upswing in view of the country’s strong economic development. Particularly popular were the elegant, atmospheric interiors and familiar scenes, along with exaggerated, ironical depictions of the peasant milieu and the excessive pleasure activities of simple people. Based on the Kunsthalle’s high-quality holdings, some 150 works illustrate this multifaceted chapter of European history.

Supported by: Ministry of Culture and Media Hamburg, Ernst von Siemens Kunststiftung

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Walter Gramatté and Hamburg

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DE CHIRICO

Magical Reality
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Series

Prints from Warhol to Wool
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Raphael

in the Collection of the Hamburger Kunsthalle
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TOYEN

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From Menzel to Monet

The Wolffson Collection in Hamburg
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