Liebermann-Villa, Wannsee
Colomierstr 3

Max Lieberman Villa is a museum dedicated to the works by the impressionist painter, Max Liebermann. In 1909 Liebermann built a summer house at the edge of the Wannsee lake. The 7,000 square metre garden was designed by the painter and it inspired him to paint 200 paintings. The house has been open as a museum since 2006 and hosts a permanent collection with Liebermann’s works, as well as a temporary exhibition.

The majority of the paintings are on display in the garden and terrace of the house. Apart from paintings, there are also family portraits and paintings of famous people in the upper floors of the building. There is also a collection of documents, photographs and paintings explaining the life of the Liebermann family.

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