Besides major works of Upper Swabian art – from Johann Heinrich Schönfeld to Johann Baptist Pflug to Romane Holderried Kaesdorf – the historical studios of the animal painters Anton Braith and Christian Mali from Munich are especially noteworthy. The old German art parlors, to which the Biberach Museum owes its previous name, the Braith-Mali-Museum, were translocated from Munich to Biberach in 1906. As the only completely intact 19th-century artist studios, they are exemplary cultural monuments. A comparison between these salons and the studio of the Biberach painter Jakob Bräckle, which was installed in the museum in 2002, illustrates the evolvement of the artistic self-concept in the 20th century. The art collection also features paintings and woodcuts by the Expressionist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner.