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The collection of Rolf Horn is one of the most important private collections of German art of classical modernism. To Rolf Horn, the direct expressiveness of a piece of art was the decisive test of his purchasing decisions. Works by Emil Nolde, Christian Rohlfs and Kathe Kollwitz, as well as sculptures created by Ernst Barlach in Guestrow, Germany are part of the collection that has been housed in the Schleswig-Holstein Gottorf Castle since 1995. As beneficence to the Gottorfer Castle, a generous selection is now for the first time available for public viewing in the Berlin Bruecke Museum. This illustrious catalog is equipped with compact monographs on individual artists and creates an intensive compendium of essays on German art in the first half of the 20th Century and arouses interest in the artifacts of distant nations. German text.