(Nederlands) Cobra Museum

 |  Amsterdam

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Museum Vrolik

 |  Amsterdam

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(Nederlands) Het Nederlands Stripmuseum Groningen

 |  Groningen, x

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(Nederlands) Museum Oud Overschie

 |  Rotterdam

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(Nederlands) Woonbootmuseum Amsterdam

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(Nederlands) Pianola Museum

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Van Gogh Museum

Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum houses the largest collection of paintings by Vincent van Gogh in the world. It provides the opportunity to keep track of the artist’s developments, or compare his paintings to works by other artists from the 19th century. The museum’s permanent collection includes paintings, drawings and letters.
Other artists in the collection

In addition to work by Van Gogh, the museum has a rich and varied collection of other 19th-century art. The artists represented include Impressionists, Post-Impressionists and others such as, those who inspired him, and those who drew inspiration from him and also Van Gogh’s friends and contemporaries.
Budding artists

On weekends, the Van Gogh Museum holds children’s art workshops. Aimed at the 6-12 years old, the workshops give children the chance to be creative while their parents can enjoy the gallery at leisure. Booking essential.


Paulus Potterstraat 7
1071 CX AMSTERDAM
020-5705200

info@vangoghmuseum.nl
www.vangoghmuseum.nl
817 grey Van Gogh Museum
817 grey Van Gogh Museum

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Mauritshuis

The Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis (English: “Maurice House”) is an art museum in The Hague, the Netherlands. Previously the residence of count John Maurice of Nassau, it now has a large art collection, including paintings by Dutch painters such as Johannes Vermeer, Rembrandt van Rijn, Jan Steen, Paulus Potter and Frans Hals and works of the German painter Hans Holbein the Younger.

The collection of paintings of stadtholder William V, Prince of Orange was handed over to the Dutch state by his son king William I. This collection formed the basis of the Royal Cabinet of Paintings of around 200 paintings. The collection is currently called the Royal Picture Gallery. The current collection consists of almost 800 paintings[9] and focusses on Dutch and Flemish artists, such as Pieter Brueghel, Paulus Potter, Pieter Paul Rubens, Rembrandt van Rijn, Jacob van Ruisdael, Johannes Vermeer, and Rogier van der Weyden. There are also works of Hans Holbein in the collection in the Mauritshuis.

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Kunsthal Rotterdam

The Kunsthal Rotterdam stages some 25 exhibitions a year. The Kunsthal presents culture in the widest sense of the word: old art, new art, design, photography – from elitist to popular. The Kunsthal frequently experiments with themes which in many cases provide the first impulse for an exhibition. This approach has resulted in an exciting and varied exhibition repertoire highlighting Impressionism, lingerie, Leonardo da Vinci, Blackfoot Indians, Jewels of the Orient, Pop-art. More than 3300 square metres of exhibition space are available in the striking building designed by Rotterdam architect Rem Koolhaas – a work of art in its own right, making a visit to the Kunsthal well worth your while.

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 |  Amsterdam

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