The discovery tour through the museum is now also available for home! Listen to the stories of Clementine and Paul online and playfully learn about the pictures and exhibits.
As one of the few specialized museums for popular prints, the Feld-Haus houses a collection of over 5,000 objects. From this colorful collection, we have created a memory game and a game of chance from Anno Dazumal, which you can easily download and print out yourself. Have fun playing!
Can we recognize and understand image content without seeing it? How quickly can a painting be perceived tactilely? What assistance can we offer people with visual impairments and blindness?
Not with spray cans, but with light and glow sticks, you too can tag your messages into the room or the dark winter day and capture your light magic with camera and smartphone.
Who doesn't know them, the popular picture motifs like Leonardo's "Last Supper" or Raphael's "Little Angels"? Coloring templates of these icons are available for download.
Grab crayons or a paint box and bring our past to life with lots of colorful paint!
Actor, director, narrator, theater director - in your own shadow theater you can make the puppets dance with friends and family!
Maybe you are still looking for a nice gift? How about a magical light box
As every month, we present you on the first Thursday of the month a work from our collection. But this month there is a little something special: We present you two pictures at once!
Because the "Female back nude sitting" and the work "Interior" were created in 1934 with oil on cardboard on one and the same medium. Wilhelm Schnarrengerber painted the front and back!
He not only alternates between portrait and landscape formats, but also between genres - (back) nude painting and interior painting. Absolutely unusual and fascinating at the same time!
The reasons for painting on both sides can be as diverse as the art itself: Lack of material, dissatisfaction with a work, concept, pleasure in experimentation or artistic intention.
Wilhelm Schnarrenberger (June 30, 1892 in Buchen/Odenwald / † April 17, 1966 in Karlsruhe) is one of the artists of the "New Objectivity".
Every month we post a piece of art from the museum on Instagram.
You could already catch a glimpse of what the picture should look like. But now there is a mess here. Move the tiles back and forth with your mouse or finger until the picture puzzle is solved.
Beep, sound, plop, sound! Not only this picture by Aristide Maillol is quite musical, but also our Tone Tiles! Choose between three different difficulty levels and let yourself be surprised by the random sounds of the Tone Tiles. How fast you solve the game is entirely up to you - the stopwatch runs along.
What would pictures tell if they could speak? A cooperation with the Rheinisches Landestheater Neuss
Many works were originally intended by painters differently or had other components. We look behind the pictures and uncover what lies hidden.
In 2020, International Museum Day took place digitally for the first time. Based on the motto "The Museum for All: Museums for Diversity and Inclusion," we developed an exciting and varied digital offering. The first sign language vidoes on artworks in our collection were also created within this framework. We will now expand this. On June 18, the time has come: Just in time for the Digital Day, our first video guide in sign language will be launched!
Curious? We hope you enjoy the virtual tour through our collection!
Many paintings in the collection show places in Neuss. And one or the other is still there sogfar today! Discover the places of the works of the Clemens Sels Museum Neuss.