Peter Raue, chairman of the friends of the National Gallery association, points at the painting 'The hours (aged women)' (about 1808-1812) by Spanish artist Francisco de Goya at the museum New National Gallery, Berlin, Monday 27 February 2006. The painting showed in Germany for the very first time belongs to the collection of the Palais des Beaux Art in Lille/France and completes t

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Peter Raue, chairman of the friends of the National Gallery association, points at the painting 'The hours (aged women)' (about 1808-1812) by Spanish artist Francisco de Goya at the museum New National Gallery, Berlin, Monday 27 February 2006. The painting showed in Germany for the very first time belongs to the collection of the Palais des Beaux Art in Lille/France and completes t
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Peter Raue, chairman of the friends of the National Gallery association, points at the painting 'The hours (aged women)' (about 1808-1812) by Spanish artist Francisco de Goya at the museum New National Gallery, Berlin, Monday 27 February 2006. The painting showed in Germany for the very first time belongs to the collection of the Palais des Beaux Art in Lille/France and completes the current exhibition 'Melancholy. Genius and Madness in Art', which runs until 07 May 2006. The exhibition of 380 art works on melancholics and depressive persons - popular figures in occidental art at all times - spans a panorama of 2.500 years of art history. Photo: Stephanie Pilick