This house was originally built as the residence of a well-do-do and apparently rather eccentric Munich painter named Franz von Lenbach (1836–1904). It now belongs to the City of Munich and is the site of a popular art museum featuring painters of the “Blue Rider” school of the early 20th century, which includes such painters as Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Franz Marc, Alexej von Jawlensky, Gabriele Münter, August Macke and Lyonel Feininger.
As of mid-May 2021, the Lenbach House is again open to the public after a lengthy pause due to the coronavirus pandemic. Tickets are available only online, in limited numbers and with a time slot for admission. FFP2 face masks are mandatory.
In the center tract of the building, you can see how Franz von Lenbach had the house furnished when he was living there. (I told you he was rather eccentric.)
My photos in this post are from 2006. I revised the text in 2021.