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The collection of the Kunstpalast offers much scope for research, presentations and educational work. Paralleled by few other museums, the Kunstpalast unites virtually all artistic genres and a variety of eras under one roof.
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The Gallery of Paintings
Collection of paintings with European works from the 15th to the 20th century
Collection of Sculptures
The systematic gathering of a collection of sculptures began in 1928 with the inauguration of the Kunstmuseum at the Ehrenhof.
The history of the artistic exploration of glass ranging from ancient Egyptian ear jewellery to works by contemporary glass artists is told at the Glasmuseum Hentrich.
Since the foundation of its Academy of Art in the 18th century, Düsseldorf has become an important centre of art and home to many artists of international renown.
The Collection of Prints and Drawings
Grown to a collection of over 90,000 works, it owes its high quality the diversity of its strengths to the outstanding commitment of Düsseldorf citizens.
Visit our collection online and discover more than 12.000 items from the holdings of the Kunstpalast.
Since 2016, the Ehrenhof Prize worth 20,000 Euro has been awarded by the Kunstpalast jointly with the Düsseldorf entrepreneur Dr. Georg Landsberg on the occasion of the Rundgang.
Every two years, the Jutta-Cuny-Franz Memorial Award is granted to artists who make significant of glass in their work.
The archive of artistic photography of the Rhine (AFORK) was founded in 2003.
AKRP ist ein langjähriges internationales Forschungsprojekt unter der Konzeption und Leitung von Bettina Baumgärtel.
Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472 – 1553) was one of the most significant painters and engravers of the German Renaissance.
Gerhard Hoehme's (1920-1989) work, particularly in the 1950s, made a major contribution towards German Art Informel.
In the course of the Washington Conference on Holocaust-Era Assets which was held at Washington, D. C. on 3 December, 1998, eleven principles (the ‘Washington Principles’) were endorsed regarding works of art confiscated by the National Socialists.
The ZERO foundation was established jointly by Düsseldorf ZERO artists Heinz Mack, Otto Piene and Günther Uecker and the Stiftung Museum Kunstpalast Foundation with financial support from Düsseldorf City Council in December, 2008.
The Düsseldorf School of Painting encompasses more than 4,000 artists who worked at the Academy of Art in Düsseldorf or in its environment in the period between 1819 to 1918, from the re-constitution of the Royal-Prussian Academy of Art in Düsseldorf until the end of the Prussian rule in the Rhineland.