For a comprehensive viewing of the work of Count Berthold Von Imhoff, consider a visit to the Lloydminster Cultural & Science Centre (LCSC), located in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan.
More than 250 paintings are on loan to the LCSC and are currently on display. These paintings include the liturgical and still-life themes Imhoff is best known for, as well as a large display of portraits of First Nations Chiefs, German military and historical figures, British Royalty and American history.
The oldest painting in the Imhoff collection, The Glory of Emperor Frederick William, painted in 1884 when the artist was only 16, is on display in the Imhoff Theatre. The largest painting in the collection, The Crucifixion, is also on display here.
For more information on the Lloydminster Cultural & Science Centre, please visit http://www.lloydminster.ca/lcsc
Summer hours now in affect are as follows:
Tuesday – Saturday 9am – 4:30pm
Thursday 9am – 9pm
Sunday 10am – 6pm