In today’s post I’m sharing some pictures with you I took with my iPhone while my aunt and I visited the “New Pinakothek” which is a museum in Munich that shows European art from the 19th century. I thought it would be nice to share my Top 5 art pieces that I loved the most.
I can highly recommend going to the Pinakothek and myself and my aunt already planned to check out the “Pinakothek der Moderne” next time I’m visiting, because we really enjoyed the visit.
Peonies | 1871 – Anselm Feuerbach
My aunt and I immediately fell in love with this piece. We even zoomed in and made a background for our phone.
The Dancer Loie Fuller – Francois Rupert Carabin
I feel in love with this statue. It is so small but so beautiful detailed and I don’t know it just spoke to me. I really love this piece.
Fountain in the Park of Sanssouci Palace near Potsdam – Theo van Rysselberghe
This one though, so amazing. If you look closely you can see that the entire painting is painted with dots. That must have been so much work and had to take super long, but I really love it.
Der Schmadribachfall – Joseph Anton Koch
While I liked the picture, it’s a little darf for my taste, it still shows up in my Top 5 because I thought it was super smart to hang it in front of this vibrant read wall. I personally think that the picture stands out way better and I kinda love the contrast between the darkness and light. What do you think?
Amazon – Louis Tuaillon
This one I loved because it reminded me of one of my favorite movies of all time: Wonder Woman. Who gets this reference? Let me know in the comments.
I hope you enjoyed my last entry about my Holiday. Make sure to check out the other two entries.
as you might know last week I went on holiday to South Germany to visit my family. I had such an amazing time and got to spend some quality time. But we also did some fun and interesting sightseeing and of course we had to go shopping. Today I’m going to share pictures of the places we went to:
I travelled to Bavaria on Sunday 20th and on that day we didn’t do anything, except to go on a walk in the beautiful town they are living in (you can see a pic above).
On Monday 21st we then travelled to Landshut and visited the ‘Trausnitz Castle” and did a little bit of shopping in the city.
On Tuesday 22nd we drove to Munich, which was about a 35 minutes drive from where we were. We visited ‘Nymphenburg Palace’ and the ‘Chinese Tower’ and also went a little bit shopping in Downtown Munich. I finally bought myself the ‘MAC – Pro Longwear Concealer’.
Wednesday 23rd was probably one of my favorite days, because we got to see so much and also because we went on a little road trip. And I LOVE road trips. We drove to ‘Linderhof Palace’ and had a little tour of it, sadly we weren’t allowed to take photos inside the palace, but it was stunning. After the palace we drove through ‘Garmisch-Partenkirchen’ to a little town called ‘Mittenwald’ which literally looked like Santa Town. We ate some delicious pizza and took a stroll through the small town. After that we drove back and made a stop in ‘Murnau’ at a beautiful lake, where I quickly jumped out of the car and took some pictures.
My last full day was Thursday 24th and on that day we drove to the historic city of ‘Regensburg’ and went shopping. Sadly I left on Friday 25th afternoon, but I had the best holiday I could wish for. The weather was pretty good except the day I was leaving and I had so much fun. But enough rambling, here are some of the photos I took:
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