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Gedenkstätte Seelower Höhen - ""Seelower Höhe"" (museum-digital:deutschland)
Gedenkstätte Seelower Höhen Kunst [ohne]

"Seelower Höhe"

"Seelower Höhe" (Gedenkstätte Seelower Höhen CC BY-NC-SA)

Description ...

Gemälde von Günter Neubauer von Knobelsdorff, dass auf der IX. DDR-Kunstaustellung (1982/83) gezeigt wurde.
Blick von den Seelower Höhen in die Weite des Oderbruchs.
Das Bild befand sich von 1985 bis 1990 im Gebäude des Ministerrates der DDR im Arbeitszimmer von Willi Stoph. Nach 1990 wurde es der Gedenkstätte übergeben.

Material / Technique

Gemälde auf Leinwand mit Holzrahmen, Mischtechnik

Measurements ...

1500 mm x 1200 mm

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[Last update: 2016/11/10]

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