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Sigmund Freud’s Office

by Chris Hershberger

Sigmund Freud’s Office

Recently I watched the film “A Dangerous Method,” in which Michael Fassbender portrays Carl Jung opposite Viggo Mortensen’s Sigmund Freud.

There are extensive scenes set in Freud’s office, which is lined with books, modern art, and packed with figurines from all the cultures of the world. I have a number of what were once called “primitive” art pieces scattered about my apartment, and I was quite envious of Freud’s collection.

Here’s another rendition of Freud’s Vienna office, from the stage play “Freud’s Last Session”:

FREUD'S LAST SESSION
by Mark St. Germain
Suggested by "The Question of God" by Dr. Armand M. Nicholi, Jr.
Directed by Tyler Marchant Cast:
Mark H. Dold
Martin Rayner Creative Team:
Kate Cudworth
Beth Lake
Tyler Marchant
Mark Mariani
Brian Prather
Clifton Taylor Photos by Kevin Sprague©2009

And here are shots of his real office:

01-Berggasse-19-Inside-Freuds-Office-with-Diana-Fuss

Freud_s_Desk

Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalytic office in Vienna





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