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Schwerin National Museum is housed in a neo-Classical building (1877-82) decorated in the style of the Italian Renaissance. It is divided into two sections, the first displaying Old Masters (the 17C Dutch and Flemish school is particularly well represented), the second "New Masters" including Carl Malchin, Lovis Corinth, Max Liebermann and Bernhard Heisig. The museum also possesses the largest collection of paintings by Jean-Baptiste Oudry outside France.
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