1a Castle Street
Berlin, 14059
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The Brohan Museum is an international specialist and era Museum of Art Nouveau, Art Deco andFunctionalism (1889-1939) . The holdings are divided into two main areas: fine arts and crafts.

The museum concept follows the principle of the presentation of art objects as an area ensembles.The period from the Art Nouveau as a pioneer of modernism is to Art Deco and Functionalism illustrated by representative examples selected from glass, ceramic, porcelain, silver and metal in combination with furniture, carpets, lights, graphics and paintings. The collection illustrates the equivalence of different artistic expressions.

Collection focuses on works by the French and Belgian Art Nouveau, the German and Scandinavian style and youth ensembles of French Art Deco. The Brohan Museum hoard an exceptionally rich collection of porcelain major manufactures (KPM Berlin, Kgl. Copenhagen, Meissen, Nymphenburg, Sèvres, Rozenburg, etc.) as well as metal and glass works of major artists and companies of this time, including the pioneering industrial production.

The range includes outstanding examples of the following artists and companies: Emile Gallé and Johann Loetz Widow, furniture by Eugène Gaillard, Hector Guimard , Louis Majorelle, Peter Behrens, Bruno Paul and Richard Riemerschmid, furniture ensembles of Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann, Art Deco art like metalwork by Edgar Brandt, Silver by Jean Puiforcat , Paris, and Georg Jensen, Copenhagen.In the 3rd Each floor is a Cabinet of the Belgian Art Nouveau artist Henry van de Velde and the Vienna Secessionskünstler Josef Hoffmann dedicated.

Major designers serial design of the era from 1900 to 1939 are represented with exemplary works such as Friedrich Adler, Albinmüller, Christopher Dresser, Jan Eisenloeffel, Hermann Gretsch, Archibald Knox, Joseph Maria Olbrich, Trude Petri and Wilhelm Wagenfeld.

The images of the collection Brohan Museum includes in particular the Berlin Secession painters such as Hans Baluschek, Karl Hagemeister, Willy Jaeckel, Walter Leistikow and Franz Skarbina.

The influence of Cubism Jean Lambert-Rucki is represented with an extensive painting group and forms an appropriate complement to the French Art Deco furniture.

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