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Von der Heydt-Museum, Wuppertal
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View fine artwork dating from the 17th century to modern times at Von der Heydt-Museum, a small museum in Wuppertal that was among the first to publicly host Pablo Picasso's work. Some of the paintings you will see include Dame am Fenster by Caspar Netscher, Visioni Simultanee by Umberto Boccioni, and Frauen auf der Strasse by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Consider hiring a guide when you go, because the written descriptions do not include English translations. Use our Wuppertal trip generator to visit Von der Heydt-Museum on your trip to Wuppertal, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • A House with a wonderful stock, mostly donated by the FA. By der Heydt. The temporary exhibitions are also of paramount importance over Germany
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  • Von der Heydt-Museum-the main Museum a nice pleasant town Wuppertal. Surprisingly, even worked Sunday, though 90% of the whole city was closed on the shovel. Was an exhibition of Degas and Rodin, last, by the way, until 26 February 2017goda. Adult ticket-12 euros, you can pay by card. The Museum is situated in 5 minutes walk from Wuppertal Hautpbanhoff. At the entrance you can see 2 fancy curved shape, and on the visor, sits a huge Eagle in Roman style. At the entrance was a sign, strikethrough, camera, but honestly thought you cannot use Flash. Oh, no, girl, caretaker growth below 2 meters, thought me a hand when zalomaet made the photo! Then, as the true German something between OU and EU, told all my colleagues, and they walked us through all the halls. So I had to split and apply old proven ways to bring a little bit of I haven't got any photos. The Museum operates a mandatory coat check. Plus there's a nice gift shop on the ground floor.
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  • Goods to the exhibition DEGAS & RODIN - GIANTS OF MODERNISM. It was poorly organized. The works hanging of were very bad to not illuminated. There were also mostly sketches or studies, a concept did not become. Too much manpower was everywhere present and quite unfriendly statements. My companion had to give up her purse at the reception, WTF, this is the only Museum in the district that requires it. And in the same train there run retirees with large folding chairs. Oh, Yes, you could not photograph also, although there was no mention.
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  • Schönes Museum!
  • Not refresh ban on photography, very nervous supervisors, who was visiting.
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  • The exhibitions are great, there's always an introductory film, which tells a lot about the exhibition. The rooms are spacious and very neat. One of the best museums!
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  • And I think it's self-evident that you should not shoot in museums.
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  • Good exhibition images. What bothered me is that Heydt is listed about each image in a larger font of not only the artist, but also as the patrons... The naming of the Museum is not enough for them.
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