St. Anne'sMuseum Quarter in Lubeck is located in the same-name monastery of Augustinianmonks of the beginning of the XVI century. There is a museum of ancient art inthe quarter. In it you can see many objects of past centuries, includingdecorations, church utensils, ceremonial robes, paintings and sculptures. The altarof the Passion painted by Hans Memling is the most valuable exhibit.
The famous altarpiece "Traveller to Scania"by Bernt Notke and the works of the baroque sculptor from Flanders, Thomas Quellinus,are also represented in the museum's collection of ancient art. In 2005, themuseum received about one and a half thousand paintings from the collection of BaronessLeonie von Rüxleben. It is the largest collection of self-portraits in Germany.Among them are works by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Max Liebermann, Lovis Corinth,Max Beckmann, Oskar Kokoschka and Otto Dix and other stars of the German andEuropean expressionism and modernism.