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Städel Art Institute Covering Each Era among the 14th to the 21 Centuries

The Städelsches Kunstinstitut or Städel Art Institute is one of the most important and best recognized art museums in Germany. It is an obligation for any traveler to visit it. It has more than 700 years of European history including a compilation of 100,000 drawings and prints, 2,700 paintings and 600 sculptures by artists such as, Holbein and Cranach, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Monet, Van Gogh and Matisse, Cézanne, to Picasso and Bacon, Baselitz and Serra, Palermo and Dürer.

This accepted museum traces the growth and development of Germany from the first settlements to nowadays modern international metropolis and towns. A sequence of galleries highlights the improvement of design, and displays including scale models, photographs, drawings and a variety of exceptional shows. The museum is situated in a good-looking nineteenth century country manor residence.

The elderly and best identified of Frankfurt's museums, the Städelsches Kunstinstitut was established in 1816 by regional art collector and entrepreneur Johann Friedrich Städel. It covers each era among the fourteenth to the 21 centuries. The museum includes works by several of the best painters of all time. Special displays covering the majority varied of subjects are prearranged on a standard basis.

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