Kunsthalle

Gallery of German painting in Hamburg. It includes works by the 14th- and 15th-century painters Master Bertram and Master Francke, and 19th- and 20th-century works by Philipp Otto Runge,...
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Kunsthalle

(from the article `Hamburg`) Among Hamburg`s six principal museums, the Kunsthalle, founded in 1868 by Alfred Lichtwark, an outstanding patron of artists, is one of Europe`s most ...
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Kunsthalle

A Kunsthalle or Kunsthaus is a term in German-speaking regions for a facility that mounts art exhibitions. The term roughly means `Art Gallery` in English but with a somewhat more specific meaning. A Kunsthalle is often operated by a non-profit Kunstverein (`Art Association`) and a Kunsthaus (`Art House`) refers more to a gallery or museum w...
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