The Wallraf-Richartz Museum is the oldest of three major museums located in Cologne, Germany. This impressive art museum began in the nineteenth century with a collection of Gothic works by local artists and is now home to a collection covering every genre from the thirteenth century to the early twentieth century. The majority of the work is German painting though also included are works from most other western European schools. Along with paintings the museum’s collection also contains graphic arts and sculpture. Notable artists in the Wallraf-Richartz collection include Lochner, van Utrecht, van Honthorst, Rubens, and Van Gogh.