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Events in and around the Kempinski Hotel Frankfurt Gravenbruch

Frankfurt, city of art and culture, invites you with an abundant supply of events. Museum and exhibitions, theatre and opera, concert and sport - this young city offers everything for every cultural sense. The Kempinski Hotel Frankfurt Gravenbruch fits in this cultural landscape.
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Städel Museum Frankfurt

In 1815, the merchant and banker Johann Friedrich Städel of Frankfurt set forth in his will that his "sizeable collection of paintings, engravings and art objects [be dedicated], along with as much of [his] fortune as remains at the time, to the foundation of a special, autonomous art institute bearing [his] name to provide the best for this town and its citizens

Since its foundation, the Städel Museum – which has also accommodated the collection of the Städtische Galerie (municipal gallery) since 1907 – has expanded its holdings continually by pursuing an active acquisition policy. Altogether the collection presently comprises some 2,900 paintings, 600 sculptures, 500 photographs and more than 100,000 drawings and prints. With its rich holdings, the Städel Museum presents an overview of seven hundred years of European art history – beginning with the early fourteenth century and covering the Renaissance, the Baroque, Early Modern and contemporary art. Among the highlights of this comprehensive collection are works by Holbein the Younger, Cranach the Elder, Dürer, Botticelli, Rembrandt and Vermeer, Degas, Matisse, Monet, Renoir, Picasso, Kirchner, Beckmann and Klee, Bacon, Klein, Serra, Richter, Kippenberger and Tillmans. - See more at:

Städel Museum Frankfurt

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