Exhibitions

2014 Munich            "Play of Colors" by Lorenz Spring (77 works)
2013 Munich "A century with art - Art and Artists A to Z" (61 works)
2011 Munich „Lorenz Spring. Farbenwunder“ (50 works)

2010 Munich

“Rembrandt and Picasso, Two Great Masters of Graphic Art” (16 works)
2010 Munich “Christian Rohlfs” (6 works)
2009 Munich  “One Moment Please!” – A selection of classical portraits by Martens van Heemskerk, J.A.D. Ingres, Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller, Vincenzo Gemito, Franz von Lenbach, Gustave DeSmet, André Derain and George Vantonguerloo (16 works)
2002 Munich “Five Centuries of Historical and Landscape Paintings”. Works by Cornelis van Haarlem, Pieter Wouwermann, Caspar David Friedrich, Carl Spitzweg, Max Liebermann, Lovis Corinth, etc. (39 works)
1996 Munich „Manfred Henniger“
1996 Munich „Herbert Beck“
1995 Munich “Yoso Hamaguchi. Master of the Mezzotint”
1993 Munich „Rudolf Bredow & Edvard Frank & Hans Helmut Becker“
1993 Munich “Antonio Maro. A German-Peruvian Artist”
1992 Cologne “Liebermann, Corinth, Poliakoff, Schmidt-Rottluff, Pechstein, Jawlensky, Nolde, Rohlfs, Kirchner, Macke, Purrmann” (30 works)
1992 Zurich “Josep Guinovart. A Contemporary Spanish Artist” (29 works)
1991 Cologne “Liebermann, Corinth, Poliakoff, Schmidt-Rottluff, Pechstein, Jawlensky, Nolde, Rohlfs, Kirchner, Macke, Purrmann” (30 works)
1991 Zurich “Swiss Painting – in the 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries”.  An Exhibition to mark the 700th Anniversary of the Swiss Confederation. Works by Caspar Wolf, Alexandre Calame, Albert Anker, Augusto Giacometti, Giovanni Giacometti, Ferdinand Hodler, Cuno Amiet, etc. (70 works)
1990  
Baden-Baden
“Max Liebermann & Lovis Corinth” (45 works)
1988 Zurich “More than a Portrait: a Landscape”. Works by Peter Birmann, Johann Georg Edlinger, Bartholomäus Bruyn the Younger, Pierre Pourbus, Cuno Amiet, Giovanni Giacometti, Félix Vallotton, Hypolite Camille Delpy, Johann Jakob Frey, Francois Diday, Pieter van Lint, etc. (54 works)
1986 Zurich “Landscapes and Figures – An Evolving Relationship” (47 works)