Emil Nolde's Sea of Flowers in Seebüll

A picture presentation
The lecture takes a look at famous artists' gardens and the change of the "human-nature-relationship" in the visual arts
28.09.2023, 20:00

Literature & knowledge
Gasteig HP8
Münchner Volkshochschule

Emil Nolde (18671956) loved the colors of flowers, so he created a beautiful garden in his new home in Seebüll from 1927. Here he found inspiration and painted watercolors of flowers. Flower paintings in oil were created in the studio of his home, which he had designed with a flat roof and narrow windows in the style of Bauhaus architecture. Today, the house and garden are open to visitors with the unique planting that Nolde himself had created.


Gasteig HP8


Hans-Preißinger-Str. 8
81379 München

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    Yes, drinks and food


Münchner Volkshochschule

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8,00 €

Advance booking:

Start: 01.02.23

Tel: 089. 4 80 06 62 39
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    20:00 – 21:30

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Gasteig HP8 from a bird's eye view at night
Gasteig HP8 from a bird's eye view at night © HGEsch


Münchner Volkshochschule

The Munich Volkshochschule (MVHS) is the largest adult education center in Germany and was founded at the end of the 19th century. Its program for the state capital of Munich and the municipality of Grünwald in the south of Munich includes around 18,000 courses, lectures, seminars, excursions, exhibitions and cultural events each year, with around 270,000 participants.