The Kunsthalle Museum in Hamburg is the leading art museum in northern Germany and one of the most important in Europe. It was built in the years 1863-1869 by architects Georg Theodor Schirrmacher and Hermann von der Gude. The museum’s collections of paintings from Gothic to the present day, sculptures from the 19th and 20th centuries, graphics, watercolors, antique coins, as well as medals from the Renaissance to the present, are located on 20,000 square meters of the museum. The museum presents all areas of European art, as well as constantly changing special exhibits. Kunsthall houses an important collection of 19th-century paintings, including paintings by Max Liebermann and Louis Corint, Philip Otto Runge, Caspar David Friedrich, Adolf Menzel, as well as 20th century artists - Andy Warhol, Joseph Boyce, Picasso, Munch, Kirchner, Otto Dix, Berkman, Kandinsky and Paul Klee. In addition, the whole wing of the museum is dedicated to contemporary art.