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The collection catalogue is dedicated to a hitherto barely explored part of the holdings of the Städel Museum. All the works—including paintings by Adam Elsheimer, Georg Flegel, or Johann Heinrich Roos—have been examined in detail from the perspective of both art history and painting technology based on the most recent scientific methods. The incorporation of the respective cultural-historical background gives rise to new insights regarding the creation, attribution, identification, or interpretation of the individual paintings. The overview provides fascinating insights into the history of the collection, exhibitions, and research, and opens up a panorama of multi-layered art production in early modern Germany.
Almut Pollmer-Schmidt studied art history in Dresden and Leiden and received her doctorate on a topic of 17th century Dutch painting. She has been working at the Städel Museum since 2010. As a research associate, she worked on the exhibition "Dürer. Kunst – Künstler – Kontext" as well as in research on the history of the collection and its holdings.
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