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Eine Begegnung mit Rothenburg

Eine Begegnung mit Rothenburg

Kunst und Künstler zwischen 1810 und 1970

Pfeil nach unten
Mittelalterliches Kriminalmuseum Plakat zur Ausstellung
01. May 2022 - 31. October 2022

„Rothenburg ob der Tauber – die Stadt als Ganzes ist Denkmal“. Dieses Lob des großen baltischen Kunsthistorikers Georg Dehio hat nun seit rund 120 Jahren Eingang in Reisebeschreibungen, viele Kunstführer und die touristische Werbung gefunden. Zu Beginn des 19. Jahrhunderts war es zunächst die liebliche und anmutige Landschaft des Taubertales um Rothenburg gewesen, die sich – abwechselnd eng gewunden oder großzügig öffnend – den Wanderern bei beschaulichen Spaziergängen zeigte. Stets begleitete die obenliegende Stadtkrone der mittelalterlichen Mauern und Türme den Weg durch das Tal.

So war es kein Wunder, dass sich auch die Maler diesem landschaftlichen Angebot anschlossen. Schon bald richtete sich der Blick auch auf die architektonischen Schätze der Stadt. Ein ab 1830 einsetzender Strom von Künstlern hielt die mittelalterliche Idylle fest und verewigte die romantischen Motive aus Gassen, Häusern und Wehranlagen.

Eine besondere Rolle spielte der Zuzug von Münchner Künstlern. Um 1850 galt die Münchner Akademie als führend in Europa. So lag es nicht fern, dass ab 1890 auch bedeutende englische und schottische Maler wie Elias Bancroft, James Douglas und Arthur Wasse hier wirkten. Sie schlugen die Brücke auf die Insel und kündeten dort von der unberührten mittelalterlichen Stadt.

Ab Mai 2022 stellt eine große Sonderausstellung im Mittelalterlichen Kriminalmuseum rund 30 englische und schottische Rothenburg-Motive von 1890 bis 1930 knapp 70 vergleichbaren Werken in Rothenburg tätiger deutscher Maler zwischen 1810 und 1970 gegenüber. Wo lassen sich Parallelen zwischen deutschen und britischen Sichtweisen ziehen? Was ist eigenständig?

Bei den Ausstellungsstücken handelt es sich um selten oder nie gezeigte Bilder aus Museums- und Rothenburger Privatbesitz.

Opening hours

Montag & Freitag: geschlossen
Dienstag - Donnerstag; Samstag - Sonntag: 13:00 Uhr bis 18:00 Uhr


Eintritt FREI

Guided tours

auf Anfrage

Plakat zur Ausstellung

Carl Thiemann – Farbholzschnitt – Galgengasse – 1913

Constantin v. Mitschke-Collande – Ölgemälde – Partie an der Riviera – nach 1945

Elias Bancroft – Ölgemälde –Partie am Plönlein – 1911

Gustav Schönleber – Ölgemälde - Rothenburg im Abendlicht – 1906

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