The German art collection of the 15th – 18th centuries includes the works of painting, sculpture and decorative applied art.

The collection of German Renaissance art contains five paintings by Lucas Cranach the Elder, the portraits by Brain Bartholomeus Elder , Ambrosius Holbein and Georg Pencz. The paintings by Hans von Aachen (the court painter of Emperor Rudolf II Habsburg), Johann Schonfeld and Christopher Paudiss provide a glimpse of seventeenth century painting.

The collection of eighteenth- century German painting is represented by the works of Angelica Kauffman, Anton Raphael Mengs and Antoine Pesne. The collection of German portrait painting of the second half of the 18th century includes the canvases by Johann Friederich Tischbein and Anton Graff. On display in the exhibition are works of sculpture and objects of decorative and applied art.