Stadel Museum

The Städel Museum presently comprises some 2,700 paintings, 600 sculptures and more than 100,000 drawings and prints. With its rich holdings, the Städel Museum presents an overview of seven hundred years of European art history – beginning with the early fourteenth century and covering the Renaissance, the Baroque, Early Modern and contemporary art. Among the highlights of this comprehensive collection are works by Holbein the Younger, Cranach the Elder, Dürer, Botticelli, Rembrandt and Vermeer, Degas, Matisse, Monet, Renoir, Picasso, Kirchner, Beckmann and Klee, Bacon, Klein, Serra, Richter and Kippenberger. In addition to collecting and preserving art, the scholarly study of the artworks as well as the development of exhibitions within the context of those holdings form a chief focus of the museum’s work. A further overriding concern is the target-group-oriented mediation of the collection’s contents and of art in general to a diversified public.

Museum: Stadel Museum
City: Frankfurt am Main
Country: Germany
Address: Holbeinstraße 1