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Nymphenburg Palace


This suite of rooms served from the mid-18th century on as a guest apartment. In around 1803 the rooms were redecorated.


Picture: Nymphenburg Palace, Bedchamber

The Parisian seating is part of the heritage from the duke of Zweibrücken. The yellow silk material with white trophies was reconstructed in 2014 from an old pattern. The large painting by Peter Jakob Horemans shows the electoral Bavarian and Saxon family in 1761 making music and playing cards. The portraits of ladies at the French court in the Little Gallery of Beauties are from Max Emanuel’s time. The ceiling painting of the sea goddess Thetis is by the Swiss artist Joseph Werner and dates from around 1674.

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