European Masters closes this Sunday

Well it’s coming to that sad time when exhibitions are about to close and a lot of people are always in the habit of putting things a off to the last minute so… I thought I would help you all out with a bit of a reminder in the hope you don’t have end up saying “ahh I wanted to go to that one”.

So for all of you putting it off, European Masters: 19th–20th century art from the Städel Museum closes this Sunday 27th February!

And if you buy your ticket with your Visa Credit or debit card you could win a trip for 2 to Europe, including a guided tour of not one, but three of the best art museums in the world – The Tate Modern, London; the Stadel Museum in Frankfurt and the Musée du Louvre in Paris.

If you have been in to see the exhibition already and paid for it with your Visa Credit or Debit card but you haven’t entered the draw yet, you have until Sunday to fill in your details online.

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So for all of you putting it off European Masters: 19th–20th century art from the Städel Museum closes this Sunday 27th February! 

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  1. Ron Brownson

    I enjoyed this exhibition of German art. The Courbet painting was a knockout. He could paint things with more fixation than any other French artist of his time. The Beckmann double portrait was an essay in love’s perversity.

    The labels felt a bit strange and read like poor translations from the German. They had a number of false interpretations also. Odd.

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