Munich: Brakl Art Gallery

Brakls Kunsthaus, 1909-1913. Architekt: Emanuel von Seidl
Brakls Kunsthaus, 1909-1913. Architekt: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakl Art Gallery, 1909–1913. Architect: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakls Kunsthaus, 1909-1913. Architekt: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakl Art Gallery, 1909–1913. Architect: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakls Kunsthaus, 1909-1913. Architekt: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakl Art Gallery, 1909–1913. Architect: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakls Kunsthaus, 1909-1913. Architekt: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakl Art Gallery, 1909–1913. Architect: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakls Kunsthaus, 1909-1913. Architekt: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakl Art Gallery, 1909–1913. Architect: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakls Kunsthaus, 1909-1913. Architekt: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakl Art Gallery, 1909–1913. Architect: Emanuel von Seidl

1909 – 10 and 1912 – 13

Architect: Emanuel von Seidl

Lessingstraße 2, Beethovenplatz 1, Munich

From 1909, Franz Georg Brakl first set up a residence for himself on Beethovenplatz and then built a new exhibition hall next to it in 1912/13. Brakl was at that time one of the most important art dealers of modern art and exhibited painters such as Franz Marc, August Macke and the art association Die Scholle. The building is kept in forms of late Art Nouveau style.

Brakls Kunsthaus, 1909-1913. Architekt: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakl Art Gallery, 1909–1913. Architect: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakls Kunsthaus, 1909-1913. Architekt: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakl Art Gallery, 1909–1913. Architect: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakls Kunsthaus, 1909-1913. Architekt: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakl Art Gallery, 1909–1913. Architect: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakls Kunsthaus, 1909-1913. Architekt: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakl Art Gallery, 1909–1913. Architect: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakls Kunsthaus, 1909-1913. Architekt: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakl Art Gallery, 1909–1913. Architect: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakls Kunsthaus, 1909-1913. Architekt: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakl Art Gallery, 1909–1913. Architect: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakls Kunsthaus, 1909-1913. Architekt: Emanuel von Seidl

Brakl Art Gallery, 1909–1913. Architect: Emanuel von Seidl

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