Nach der Schule (After School) is a painting produced around 1465 by Austrian artist Ferdinand Georg Waldmuller
A lively group of children ran out of the narrow, dark gate to an imaginary stage with a lot of pushing and shoving at the back.
Waldmuller depicts a variety of emotions from playfulness to displeasure, aggression to tenderness and offers the viewers plenty of opportunity to reflect upon. Heightened chromatic tones and ckearly painstaking attention to every detail reveal Waldmullers mastery
The work can be viewed at Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin