Arno Breker working in his atelier. On the left is the sculpture "The Victor", on the right "Young Europe". The models were gold medal winners at the Olympic Games of 1978 and 1980.
Nörvenich (bpb) The Arno Breker Museum in Nörvenich, Germany has the largest collection of Breker's works in the world. All kinds of information about the most significant sculptor of the classical tradition in the 20th century can be obtained from: email@example.com
Flyers about books for sale about the life and work of Arno Breker (1900-1991), as well as on video-cassettes and catalogs can provided on request.
Also, visit www.europaeische-kultur-stiftung.org. On this web-site you can find information about the artists of the 'Golden Triangle': Salvador Dali, Arno Breker and Ernst Fuchs.
The Breker Museum has guided tours all year round by special arrangements with schools, universities, art students and other groups. Permanently shown are sculptures, reliefs, drawings, lithographs and etchings.
The Museums makes some of its works of art available to be loaned to Art Museums, art organizations, galleries for international exhibitions.
Sculptures of the Classical Period: Arno Breker and Aristide Maillol in Paris at the Breker Exhibition at the Orangerie in 1942. This exhibition was visited among others also by Jean Cocteau, Pablo Picasso, Henry-Daniel Kahnweiler, Sacha Guitry, the Arletti, Serge Lifar as well as many other artist-friends. On the right, the larger-than-life sculpture 'READINESS', on the left 'HUMILITY'.