PHOTO: © Focke-Museum

Wohnkultur und Glaskunst

In the organizer's words:

How did Bremen's citizens live in the past? In Haus Riensberg, the ensembles of furniture from the 16th to 20th centuries together with historical costumes, porcelain, paintings and wallpaper convey impressive epochal images from the Renaissance to classical modernism. The "Room of a Young Woman" designed by Heinrich Vogeler in 1906 is a synthesis of the arts of German Art Nouveau.

The nationally important collection of European glass art includes objects from five centuries. Among its oldest are forest glasses made around 1500, while the youngest exhibits in the hall of the Riensberg House are unique pieces and series of Art Nouveau glass.

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Price information:

4 €, reduced 3 €


Focke-Museum Schwachhauser Heerstraße 240 28213 Bremen

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