Modern exhibition annex (2012). You might recognise Andy Warhol's Goethe portrait (1982). "Warhol saw the world’s most famous portrait of "Goethe in der Campagna" by Wilhelm Tischbein when he visited the Städel and – as the quintessence of German culture – it immediately gained entry into the pop artist’s cosmos. For one of Warhol’s tenets was likewise true for the poet-prince of Weimar Classicism: fame in and of itself can be a message in its own right."
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