Tue-Sun 10am-6pm - closed 24 and 31 Dec, Easter Mon
The Bröhan Museum, created from a private collection, displays decorative arts from the years 1889-1939 and embraces the Jugendstil movement and the very first examples of modern design. Highlights include Art Nouveau vases designed by Émile Gallé and the Daum brothers in Nancy, as well as furniture by Guimard and Majorelle. Also worthy of note are the fine painting by Walter Leistikow (The Port, 1895) and objects representing the different Art Deco trends in Germany.
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