The art of Raffael Becker is of an enormous scope in terms of style and genre. His oeuvre comprises ink drawings just as much as brightly colourful panel paintings with collage elements and magnificent frame designs. It is inspired by medieval painting traditions as well as by almost all major currents of 20th-century art.
The museum exhibits paintings and drawings from all creative periods of Raffael Becker, small sculptural works and jewellery as well as furniture and clothes designed by the artist and his wife. Visitors of the museum may access audio files with their smartphones (via QR codes) and listen to the stories behind several paintings, told by the artist himself.
Bus stop available
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for individual guests
Suitable for the Elderly
for Children of the age of 10 upwards
Tram line 9: “Sülz / Hermeskeiler Platz”, about 7 minute walk from there
- A4, exit Cologne-Klettenberg, via Luxemburger Straße to the city centre and Militärringstraße onto Gleueler Straße, after 300 metres on the left, parking in front of the museum
- from the city centre (Rudolfplatz): ca. 3,5 kilometres out of town via Lindenstraße, Bachemer Straße and Gleueler Straße, on the right, parking in front of the museum
Kids up to 12 years: free admission