Employees of Frankfurt’s Städel museum prepare the exhibition “Titian and the Renaissance in Venice”, hanging a masterpiece by Paolo Veronese titled “Rest on the Flight into Egypt” (c.1572), that arrived the day before as a loan from the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, Florida.
The painted door, part of a public art project, of a shop in the old town (Zona Velha) of Funchal, Madeira, March 3.
Painted doors, a public art project, in the old town (Zona Velha) of Funchal, the capital and principal city of Madeira, Portugal, March 3.
A pedestrian is reflected by the wet pavement of Frankfurt’s Zeil pedestrian and shopping street, Jan.12.
The full moon barely lights a layer of clouds from above, in Frankfurt, Jan.4.
Dagmar Westberg stands beside a painting named “Saint James the Greater” (1615) by Jusepe de Ribera at Frankfurt’s Städel museum, Dec.4. The philanthropist turns 100 years old on Dec.8 and on the occasion donates the (very) valuable painting to the museum.
At a painter’s workshop in Frankfurt, Nov.23, during an open house at ‘Atelierfrankfurt’ that accomodates workshops for over 140 artists.
A visitor looks at an abstract painting by late US artist Ad Reinhardt [1913-1967], aptly named ‘Abstract Painting’, at the Städel museum in Frankfurt, May 10, during the ‘Long Night of Museums’. Museums and cultural institutions remained open late into the night, drawing a crowd of some 35,000 people.
A part of a wall painting at Maybach bridge in the north of Frankfurt, Nov. 21. I’d say the red eyes were added later.