Von der Heydt-Museum
The Von der Heydt-Museum is an art museum located in Wuppertal, Germany. In 1961, the museum was named after notable donors and patrons, August von der Heydt and his son Eduard von der Heydt. The museum’s collection includes some 3,000 paintings, 400 sculptures, and 30,000 works on paper ranging from the sixteenth century to contemporary art. Highlights of the collection include Dutch painting of the seventeenth century; paintings and graphic art of the nineteenth century, including French Impressionism; twentieth century painting; and Expressionism.