Masterworks on paper: Prints - Drawing - Photography

in Residenzschloss

Lächelnde Frau sitzt mit gespreizten Beinen, im Hintergrund festlich Gekleidete

intro

More than half a million drawings, prints and photographs from the Middle Ages until today are being hold here, e.g. by Dürer, van Eyck, Rembrandt, Piranesi, Fragonard and Friedrich up to Toulouse-Lautrec, Kotzsch, Glöckner, Baselitz and Tillmans.

To the collection

One collection presented at different places

Residenzschloss Dresden

Current special exhibitions

Besucher betrachten Fotos an der Wand
© SKD, Foto: Oliver Killig
Residenzschloss Dresden

Study room

Personen sitzen an Tischen, darauf Graphiken aufgestellt
© SKD, Foto: Andreas Diesend
Dresden-Loschwitz

Josef-Hegenbarth-Archive

Kunstutensilien auf eine Art Servierwagen
© SKD, Foto: Herbert Boswank
Special Exhibition at the Residenzschloss
14.06.—15.09.2019

Rembrandt's Mark

The exhibition celebrates Rembrandt as artists' artist - as teacher, paragon, source of inspiration, authority and challenge for others

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Rembrandt van Rijn, Selbstbildnis mit aufgerissenen Augen, 1630
© SKD, Foto: Andreas Diesend
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A long tradition

As early as the sixteenth century, Saxon rulers began to collect works on paper. They were interested in creating a centre for pictorial documentation which would bring together knowledge and conceptions of the world.
History of the Collection

From our Online Collection

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