The 63rd Annual Exhibition at Seebüll takes an intensive look at depictions of people in Emil Nolde’s work.
Emil Nolde fulfilled a “life-long wish” with the six-by-seven metre painting gallery. Here, surrounded by his works, he received friends and guests
The highlight of the 63rd Annual Exhibition is the outstanding painting “Small Sunflowers” from the year 1946.
Photos, newspaper articles, historical documents and objects illustrate Emil and Ada Nolde’s life history. They speak of an eventful life, in which the upheavals of the first half of the 20th century are reflected.
This list provides information about all international exhibitions (up to January 2019) featuring exhibits by Emil Nolde. Links allow you to directly access the Internet presence of the respective museums.
The present-day museum was formerly the residential and studio house of Emil Nolde, which he designed himself in 1927. With its rectilinear forms the building is reminiscent of Bauhaus architecture of the 1920s.