The works of the collection are arranged thematically in separate rooms. There is a rich collection of medieval (woorden) sculpture and religious paintings, including some large-format Mariological and Christological panel paintings. The portrait room is devoted to Italian art. The Golden Age exhibit is devoted to 17th century Dutch painting. The Mythology room gives a look into the world of ancient Greek myth. The Still Life room brings together various categories of still life painting, featuring motifs such as flowers, books, fish, fruit, musical instruments. The “final” room of Wiesbaden’s Old Masters exhibition displays the collections’ particular strength in landscape painting, one of the prominent genres of the Golden Age. Constructivism forms an important part of the history of Modernity in Wiesbaden’s art collections. The Classical Modernism collection contains over 100 works by Russian Expressionist Alexej von Jawlensky (1864—1941) and the Hanna Bekker vom Rath collection containing works by German Expressionists.
Address: Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 2