Konrad-Adenauer-Straße 30-32
70173 Stuttgart-Mitte
Tel: +49 0711 212 40 50

Comprising the Old State Gallery (Alte Staatsgalerie) and the New State Gallery (Neue Staatsgalerie), exhibits range from the Middle Ages to the post-modern.

The Old Gallery, built between 1838 and 1843, houses works produced from the Middle Ages up to the end of the nineteenth century including old German, Italian, Dutch and Impressionist. Artists include Rembrandt, Casper David Fredrich, Bellini, Tinteretto and an entire room devoted to the 'Legend of Perseus' cycle by Sir Edward Burne-Jones. The earliest and most important work in the gallery is a 1385 altarpiece of the Bohemian School depicting King Wenceslas with St Vitus and Emperor Sigismund.

The New Gallery, constructed between 1979 and 1984, is acknowledged as one of the finest examples of post-modern architecture. The permanent exhibition covers work by twentieth-century artists including Matisse, Beuys, Pollock and Schlemmer and incorporating one of the world's largest collections of the work of Picasso.

Adult ticket costs DM 9
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Tuesday to Friday - 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Thursdays open until 9:00 pm
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