Otto Modersohn Museum - Worpswede

Price: 40.00 EUR
Countries: Germany
Route: Bremen - Otto Modersohn Museum - Worpswede - Bremen
Duration: 5 h
Firstly we will visit to the Otto Modersohn Museum which was founded in 1974 in order to make the artist’s work accessible to the public. It has been widely extended ever since, thus making possible a chronological presentation of Modersohns artistic development from the early years at the academy to his late work. A certain number of outstanding paintings by Paula Modersohn-Becker are exposed as well. In regular intervals the museum presents special exhibitions with accompanying catalogues focussing on certain aspects in Modersohn’s work. The museum is situated in an exceptionally charming countryside through which the river Wümme flows. In a permanent exhibition the Otto Modersohn Museum presents the painter’s complete work, consisting of pictures, drawings and documents. The different artistic periods covering the years from 1883 to 1943 are divided into three main sections: Westphalia, Worpswede and Fischerhude. Next we will visit to the artists' village of Worpswede right in an area known as Devil's Moor (Teufelsmoor). Worpswede has been an artists' colony for almost 130 years.  Over the years, the colony has turned an ordinary village into a famous and inspiring place for artists, including Heinrich Vogeler and Paula Modersohn-Becker. The Barkenhoff arts centre, the Haus im Schluh museum, the Museum am Modersohn-Haus, the Worpswede Kunsthalle, the Grosse Kunstschau exhibition and the round building known locally as the 'Käseglocke', or cheese dome, are all worth a visit. After we return to Bremen.
Price: per person
Lilian, 28.07.2023
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