The house in Naundorf, Saxon Switzerland, in which the Impressionist painter and academy professor Robert Sterl (1867-1932) lived and worked has been preserved in its original state, and has been open to the public as a museum since 1981. With 260 oil paintings and 5,000 drawings as well as graphic works, the museum holds not only the greater part of Sterl's artistic estate but also many personal objects: furniture, works of applied art, photographs and the artist's correspondence. Robert Sterl's studio and the rooms in which he lived can be seen with their original furnishings. The final resting place of Robert Sterl and his wife Helene is in the garden.
Robert Sterl House in Naundorf
1 May to 31 October: Thursday to Sunday and holidays 9:30 am to 5 pm
Adults: 5 Euro
reduced: 3,50 Euro
Children/pupils/students: 3 Euro
Family ticket: 12 Euro
1 Euro discount with culture pass of the Euroregion Elbe/Labe or guest card of the region Saxon Switzerland
The Euroregion Culture Card is valid here.
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Guided tours in English (by previous arrangement)
The museum dedicated to the painter Robert Sterl is located directly on the Malerweg (Painters' Path), which winds its way through the whole of Saxon Switzerland over 116 kilometers.
If you don't want to walk that far, you can take the commuter train (S-Bahn) to Stadt Wehlen station directions_railway directions_bus. From there, it's another 900 meters on foot to the museum, of course up the Robert-Sterl-Strasse.
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