About the Museum


Interior View, Albertinum
Interior View, Albertinum
© SKD, Photo: Oliver Killig

Interior View, Albertinum

Interior View, Albertinum
Albertinum
© SKD

Albertinum

Albertinum
Interior View, Albertinum
SKD, Photo: David Brandt

Interior View, Albertinum

Split between the New Masters Gallery and the Sculpture Collection, the Albertinum is Dresden’s leading museum for art from the Romantic period to the present day. The painting collection ranges from masterpieces by Caspar David Friedrich to Gerhard Richter while the sculpture display begins with Rodin. The museum is based in the city’s old arsenal, built during the Renaissance in the Tuscan style. Today it features many glass fronted storerooms giving visitors a unique insight into the workings of the museum and its extensive permanent collection.

Collection Highlights


Secretary

Gerhard Richter

Sekretaerin
Two Men Contemplating the Moon

Caspar David Friedrich

Two Men Contemplating the Moon

Otto Dix

WAR, The Dresden Triptych
Parau Api. What's New?

Paul Gauguin

Parau Api. What's New?
The Thinker

Auguste Rodin

The Thinker
Albertinum: Collection Highlights
Secretary
© Gerhard Richter

Gerhard Richter

Sekretaerin, 1963
oil on canvas, 150 cm x 100 cm
© Gerhard Richter 2017 (20082017)
Two Men Contemplating the Moon
© SKD, Photo: Jürgen Karpinski

Caspar David Friedrich

Two Men Contemplating the Moon, 1819-1820
oil on canvas, 35 cm x 44.5 cm
Albertinum

Otto Dix

WAR, The Dresden Triptych, 1929-1932
Albertinum
Parau Api. What's New?
© SKD, Photo: Jürgen Karpinski

Paul Gauguin

Parau Api. What's New?, 1892
oil on canvas, 67 cm x 92 cm
Albertinum
The Thinker
© SKD, Photo: Werner Lieberknecht

Auguste Rodin

The Thinker, 1881-1883
plaster, 183.5 cm x 97 cm x 148 cm
Sculpture Collection in the Albertinum
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