Georg Schaefer Museum project, Schweinfurt, Germany (Interior perspective with view of site)
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Ink, cut-and-pasted reproductions, veneer, and cardboard on illustration board
30 x 40"

The Museum Georg Schäfer is a German art museum in Schweinfurt, Bavaria, Germany. Based on the private art collection of German industrialist Georg Schäfer (1896–1975), the museum primarily collects 19th-century paintings by artists from German-speaking countries.

As early as 1959, architect Erich Schelling drew up plans for a museum to house the collection. A later design by Mies van der Rohe was rejected when the Schweinfurt city council declined to assume the cost of maintaining the museum. The plans were later adapted for the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin. —Wikipedia

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