Tuesday, June 05, 2007


Is there anyone who is not a sucker for before and after images? We also love those photos of views that artists have interpreted alongside the paintings. So imagine our double pleasure when, after photographing Max Beckman’s 1936 painting of Frankfurt”s railway station the Hauptbahnhof at the Stadel Art Institute, we went over a bridge, round a corner, and saw almost the same view in front of us.