Lehmbruck Museum

The Lehmbruck Museum in Duisburg is a renowned museum that specializes in 20th and 21st century sculptures. Named after the German sculptor Wilhelm Lehmbruck (1881-1919), whose works form the core of the collection, the museum offers a comprehensive insight into Lehmbruck’s life and work alongside other renowned sculptors.

The striking architecture of the museum, designed by Manfred Lehmbruck, Wilhelm Lehmbruck’s son, blends harmoniously into the natural surroundings of the park. With regular exhibitions, the Lehmbruck Museum remains a central location for viewing and appreciating the art of sculpture. Works by artists such as Hans Arp, Alexander Archipenko, Constantin Brâncuși, Eduardo Chillida and more are part of the collection.

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