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pinakothek

(ˈpɪnəkəʊˌθɛk)
n
a variant form of pinacotheca
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Alte Pinakothek focuses on European masterpieces from the 14th to 18th centuries.
Contract notice: Reorganization measures in the neue pinakothek in munich, germany / fachplanung technical equipment hoai part 4, section 2, A* 53 no.
More remarkable, however, are Altdorfer's two independent landscape paintings from London's National Gallery and the Alte Pinakothek in Munich.
ON A RECENT visit to Munich, this reporter ended up in Pinakothek der Moderne, a modern art museum, which is dedicated to the best art, design and architecturethe civilized world has seen.
Top curators from the Louvre, the London National Gallery, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Munich Pinakothek and the Vatican Museums are likewise featured.
Adolf Ziegler (1892-1959) The Four Elements: Fire (left wing), Earth and Water (center panel), Air (right wing), 1937 Oil on canvas Pinakothek der Moderne, Bayerische Staatsgemaelde-sammlungen, Munich Photo credit: bpk, Berlin/Art Resource, NY
A handsome album produced in connection with an exhibition of these early works at the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, in 2006-07, now has me thinking on them, their wider art-historical situation in a period of time that I remember, and speculating on related developments in that period which deserve historical recall.
CASPAR DAVID FRIEDRICH AND PAUL KLEE (NEUE PINAKOTHEK, MUNICH) The Alte Pinakothek, with its splendid old masters, tends to get top billing among Munich's great museums, but a lesser-known gallery in the Neue Pinakothek hosted a curatorial triumph this past year, when Oliver Kase and Annabel Zettel paired the intimate paintings of Caspar David Friedrich with Paul Klee's small pictures as part of "Changing Perspectives: Pioneers of Modernism, Degas-Picasso, Gauguin-Nolbe, Monet-Macke.
The painting was on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in late 2006, and was included in the exhibition "Venus: Bilder einer Gottin'' ("Images of a Goddess'') at the Alte Pinakothek in Munich in 2001.
Contributors are arranged here in roughly chronological order from there, covering the British Museum, the Uffizi, Museo Pio-Clementino, eighteenth-century German princely picture collections, the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Stockholm Royal Museum, the Louvre, the Prado, the National Gallery, the Altes Museum, and the Glyptothek and Pinakothek.
Other possessions of Goering were discovered in Munich's Pinakothek der Moderne museum.