Graphic Collection

Since 1897, the Graphic Collection at the Art Historic Institute functions as teaching and art collection for the practice orientated education of students and is also available to the art interested public. Visitors can – upon request – have originals placed in the study hall for them. During the semester, small thematic exhibitions are also there to be seen. The collection includes art on paper since around 1500 until today, as well as important private foundations: the collection Max Kade (New York), the collection Rieth with Art Self-portraits, the collection Heide and Wolfgang Voelter (Tübingen), the foundation of graphic print by the “Sprayer from Zürich”, Harald Naegeli, and foundations by the Tübingen Kunsthistorische Gesellschaft e.V. (Art Historic Society e.V.) on present art.

To the collection in the eMuseum

Highlights of the Collection

Abbildung: Graphische Sammlung Highlight © Museum der Universität Tübingen/Valentin Marquardt
Graphische Sammlung Highlight
Marcantonio Raimondi (around 1480-1530/40) Child murder of Bethlehem copper-coated
A look into the study hall collection cabinets by Johannes Klinckerfuß, 1810
Abbildung: Graphische Sammlung Highlight © Museum der Universität Tübingen/Valentin Marquardt
Graphische Sammlung Highlight
Abbildung: Graphische Sammlung Highlight © Museum der Universität Tübingen/Valentin Marquardt
Graphische Sammlung Highlight
Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn landscape with farm and artist, 1646 etching

Visit Museum

Opening hours

During the semester:

Wed 11am till 12pm and 2pm till 5pm

as well as upon arrangement

Tours

upon arrangement

Contact

Dr. Anette Michels
Tel: 07071-2977058

Send e-mail

Admission

free of charge

Address

Graphic Collection
Wilhelmstraße 32 | Bonatzbau
72074 Tübingen