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In this old, former Church, used for different things over the centuries, you will find - for free entrance - an incredible colleection of middle Ages church arts. I would definetely recommend to book a (short) introduction as they can point out the differences, whereas...More
It is astonishing. The sheer numbers of paintings dating from the 14th century is alone incredible. The quality of the paintings is another WOW. The beauty of the statues are impressive. I just don't know enough adjectives to describe this superb collection.
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This is what you get when you explore on foot and are willing to go down a narrow street or some crooked alley. A small gem of a place filled with wonderful collection of works by old German masters. They converted an old church into...More
An old church has been adapted to display part of the Renaissance art collection of the Wurth family. And an amazing collection it is! Not a big place but very much worth a visit. Note that admission is free. Note, also, that visitors must check...More
Beautifully presented, these Old Masters are in magnificent condition and superbly exhibited in this old church. Intermingled with carvings, including from Tilman Riemenschneider - surely the greatest German Renaissance sculptor - it is a compelling and comprehensive collection. Remarkably, there was no entry charge, Highly...More
Without a doubt this extraordinary small museum of Old-Masters paintings is the polestar in the Würth collection. The experience is deepened by the quality of the architecture, the excellence of the presentation, and the intimacy of the space.
I missed the star attraction, the "Darmstadt...More
This has got to be one of the finest exhibits of old master paintings that I have ever seen. I had just come from the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, and I was impressed by both the Johanniterkirche building and the museum exhibit. The church itself...More
very impressive museum! i was there couple time with my boyfriend, normally i don't really get into an art museum but this one is the exception! the amazing beautiful lady "Madonna" painting has caught my eyes. i was amazed with the detailed painting, the painting...More