Located in a beautiful home, there is a museum dedicated to the works of Kathe Kollwitz. Kollwitz was a German painter, printmaker, and sculptor of the early 20th century whose works reflected a bleak interpretation of the human condition, and her style is often described as being grounded in Naturalism and Expressionism. The museum was opened in 1986 by Hans Pels-Leusden, a local painter and art collector. Next to the museum you will find a literary café, accessible through the museum's back garden where you should stop in to relax before or after your visit.
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