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Rupertinum, Collections of the Province of Salzburg, Museum of modern European art opened in Salzburg in 1983, originated from a collection left by Friedrich Welz to the Province of Salzburg in 1975. As well as organising exhibitions, the Rupertinum strives to enlarge its holdings, which comprised some 12,000 works in 1998, including works by Joan Miró, Marc Chagall, Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Oskar Kokoschka and Arnulf Rainer. The collection also contains the Austrian Photographic Gallery (Österreichische Fotogalerie), the largest collection of contemporary photographic art comprising more than 15,000 works by some 300 photographers (1998).