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Museum dedicated to expressionist painters
Brücke Museum is a small but satisfying museum is dedicated to the work of Die Brücke (‘The Bridge’), a group of expressionist painters that was founded in Dresden in 1905 before later moving to Berlin.
The group´s pictorial language and its critical attitude towards traditional academic painting helped create the Expressionism movement. A large collection of oils, watercolors, drawings and sculptures by the main members of the group – Schmidt-Rottluff, Heckel, Kirchner, Mueller and Pechstein – is rotated in temporary exhibitions.