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Willi Döring: Bildnis James Simon am Schreibtisch seines Zimmers (1901)
Willi Döring: Bildnis James Simon am Schreibtisch seines Zimmers (1901) © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Gemäldegalerie / Volker-H. Schneider

James Simon im Bode-Museum

The Berlin entrepreneur from a family of Jewish faith was the most important patron of the Berlin museums. The Bode-Museum has dedicated a separate cabinet to him. The furnishings of the cabinet and the diversity of the works of art there illustrate his role in the creation of the former Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum, now the Bode-Museum.

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Bode-Museum

Am Kupfergraben 1 10178  Berlin


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