Eugenie Bandell (1858–1918), Sonne am Mittag (Wilhelmsbad), 1913, Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main

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Städel | Women. Women Artists between Frankfurt and Paris around 1900

10 July - 27 Octobre 2024
Städel Museum

Modernism is unimaginable without the contribution of women artists. In addition to well-known women painters and sculptors such as Louise Breslau, Ottilie W. Roederstein and Marg Moll, many others successfully established themselves in the art world during the period around 1900. Their names included Erna Auerbach, Mathilde Battenberg, Ida Gerhardi, Annie Hopf, Elizabeth Nourse and Louise Schmidt. It’s time to dedicate the first major exhibition to these women artists and to rediscover them.

ased in Paris and Frankfurt, they established international networks and supported one another. As influential teachers and art agents, some of them also shaped the history of the Städel Museum and Städelschule. The Städel Museum presents more than 80 paintings and sculptures by 26 women artists, including Eugenie Bandell, Marie Bertuch, Dora Hitz, Inge Dinand and Marie-Louise von Motesiczky. 

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Städel Museum
Schaumainkai 63
60596 Frankfurt

+49 (0)69 60 50 98 200

U: 1-3, 8 (Schweizer Platz) Tram: 15, 16 (Otto-Hahn-Platz)
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THU 10 am – 9 pm

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