Museum Villa Stuck

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JUNGENSTIL: Von Stuck's house is a classic of Munich's Art Nouveau era..
MUSEUM VILLA STUCK: This villa was once the home of Franz von Stuck, one of Munich’s great master artists of the Jungendstil (Art Nouveau) era.
Much of Stuck’s artwork is on display but perhaps the greatest piece of art is the villa itself, built in 1898. Stuck did a fine job of kitting out the place with wood-panelled walls and self-made furniture.
The museum has recently undergone a major renovation, and it’s now possible to see Stuck’s entire private domain, living rooms and a statue-filled garden.

Sinfully good

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SEXY: Von Stuck's controversial and decadant Die Sunde (The Sin).
Stuck’s most popular paintings on display have got to be the Wächter des Paradieses (Guards of Paradise) and Die Sunde (The Sin). Works from modern artists and Stuck’s Jungendstil contemporaries are also on display. Try to go on a Sunday when you won’t pay a dime for entry.

The Details
Location: Prinzregenten Strasse 60
Phone: 089 4 55 55 10
Open: Tuesday to Sunday 11am to 6pm
Cost: €9, concession €4.50 (to see the entire house), €4, concession €2 (just the historic rooms). Sundays free entry.
Directions: Take the U4 to Prinzregentenplatz, then walk or jump on bus 100 for a few hundred metres west down Prinzregenten Strasse.

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