CODART, Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide

Optional: Sunday 2 June

Optional visits on Sunday 2 June 2019

Please note that you have to arrange your own transport for the visits on Sunday. All locations can be reached by public transport. Make sure to calculate enough time to arrive on time.

Museum Barberini with Ortrud Westheider and Michael Philipp

Museum Barberini kindly offers CODART members a short tour around the museum followed by a buffet sandwich lunch. The museum is not far from Schloss Sanssouci so participants can easily combine the two visits. The group will be welcomed by the museum’s Director Ortrud Westheider and accompanied by Chief Curator Michael Philipp. For more information about the museum, please visit the website

The Picture Gallery at Schloss Sanssouci with Alexandra Bauer and Jessica Korschanowski

Alexandra Bauer, Curator of German, Dutch and Flemish Paintings, and Jessica Korschanowski, Curatorial Assistant, Stiftung Preussische Schlösser und GÀrten Berlin-Brandenburg in Potsdam will take us for a tour around the collection of Dutch and Flemish paintings and Italian paintings at Sanssouci in Potsdam on Sunday afternoon. Please note that this tour is only to the Picture Gallery next to Sanssouci Palace. It does not include entrance to the Palace itself. During the tour they will also discuss a couple of Flemish paintings with problematic attributions.

If you wish, you can visit the palace itself in the morning at your own leisure. It is advised to book tickets beforehand. You can find more information here.

The Cranach Collection at Jagdschloss Grunewald with Carsten Dilba

Under the guidance of Carsten Dilba, Curator at the Stiftung Preussische Schlösser und GÀrten Berlin-Brandenburg, we will visit Jagdschloss Grunewald, a former hunting lodge set up by Elector Joachim II of Brandenburg in the sixteenth century. The Elector commissioned paintings by both Lucas Cranach the Elder as well as his son Lucas Cranach the Younger. Paintings of these important Renaissance artists are now permanently exhibited at Jagdschloss Grunewald. The tour will cover the Cranach Collection. You can visit the rest of the Palace on your own after the tour if you wish. Please find more information about the Jagdschloss on their website.