Julius Exter (1863-1939) was one of the founders of the "Munich Secession", an association of avant-garde artists. In 1902 he acquired and converted the historic "Stricker" property, and in 1917 settled here permanently.
It was here that Exter developed the unmistakable style of his later work: the colourful pictures, among them many landscape paintings, illustrate his progression from symbolism and neo-impressionism to expressionism. The study and atelier of this artist today house a permanent exhibition of his works. More paintings by the artist can be seen at the Julius Exter Art Gallery in the Augustinian monastery (Old Palace) on Herrenchiemsee Island.
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Julius Exter's House is open only during summer exhibitions (admission charge: 2 euros).
Julius Exter (1863-1939) – Moore, Bäche, See
17 June - 8 September 2018
Tuesday-Sunday 5-7 pm
9 September: 10 am-7 pm
(free entry on this day)
Guided tours on request (please call)
Übersee am Chiemsee
Bus to "Feldwies"
Regular boats from Prien/ Stock
Few parking spaces available
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