An important part of the exhibition in these rooms is occupied by an excellent collection of works by the Romantic landscape painter Caspar David Friedrich (1774-1840), including Harbour at Night, Morning in the Hills and On a Sailing Ship.

The paintings of Fried-rich Overbeck (1789-1869), Alfred Rethel (1816-1859) and Philipp Veit (1793-1877) are characteristic of the so-called Nazarene school, one of the currents in German Romanticism.

The display includes also genre paintings by Ludwig Knaus (1829- 1910) and Wilhelm Leibl (1836-1904) and a pastel by Max Lieber-mann (1847-1935), the principal representative of Impressionism in Germany.

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3 May 2007