Tag Archives: Max Liebermann

FIRST THINK WHERE GO, THEN FIND RIGHT PEOPLE – Ludwigshafen, Berlin and Hamburg: art itinerary with four special Germans.

Germany, where small creativity amounts add up to something bigger. This city is full of history and culture. Charming Ludwigshafen is build on the port west bank of the Rhine River. In its Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, you will see a wonderfull paintings collection of Mondrian, Kandinsky and Andy Warhol. Bodenseeufer https://www.bodensee.de/region/untersee-hegau/konstanz,is a nature reserve located on Lake Constance, where you will find …

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THE IMPRESSIONISTIC SENSE OF LIGHT STYLE – Max Liebermann: The leading German “impressionist” painter and printmaker.

Becoming as the “grand old man” of German art. Why do some people appreciate art and others don’t? How to make art that people really care about? There is a little critic, that lives inside every artist’s mind, a special site where art has the power to change the world. Today we moving in Berlin, looking for creative people and …

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