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Max Liebermann & Paul Klee: Garden Pictures

Liebermann Villa am Wannsee, Berlin

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Though created during the same time-frame, between 1915 and 1935, the garden pictures of Paul Klee and Max Liebermann are formally worlds apart: on the one hand abstraction, on the other impressionism. This exhibition is the first to place them side by side. While highlighting the specificity of their respective formal languages, the exhibition will also illustrate the similarities between the two artists. Find out more about the ‘Garden Pictures’ exhibition from the Liebermann Villa’s website. 

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Gate to the rear garden, Max Liebermann

Gate to the rear garden (1920), Max Liebermann. Courtesy Liebermann Villa

The kitchen garden in Wannsee to the west, on the way, Max Liebermann

The kitchen garden in Wannsee to the west, on the way (1924), Max Liebermann. Photo: Fotoatelier Lorenz, Zschorlau; Courtesy Kunstsammlung Zwickau

Gateway to the Abandoned Garden, Paul Klee

Gateway to the Abandoned Garden (1935), Paul Klee. Courtesy Liebermann Villa

Garden, Paul Klee

Garden (1918), Paul Klee. Courtesy Liebermann Villa

Consider the Thistle, Paul Klee

Consider the Thistle (1918), Paul Klee. Courtesy Museum Würth, Künzelsau

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