Art Museum The Hague
The Kunstmuseum Den Haag (Art Museum The Hague), one of Europe's largest art museums, offers a unique combination of modern and contemporary art, fashion, and applied art in an enchanting setting.
What can you expect?
- Leading Collection: The museum's Modern Art collection provides a comprehensive overview of Dutch art starting from the early 19th century. This collection is enriched with characteristic works from the same period by international artists. Key collecting areas include the Haagse School, Symbolism around 1900, the innovative movements of De Stijl and the Bauhaus, as well as Expressionism.
Works by Pablo Picasso and Francis Bacon offer a glimpse into the revolutionary developments in European art, while artists like Bart van der Leck and Theo van Doesburg represent the essence of Dutch avant-garde. The collection is further enriched with works by Claude Monet and Charley Toorop, each shedding unique light on the evolution of modern art.
- Unique Mondriaan Collection: The international home of Piet Mondriaan, one of the most influential artists in modern art. With an impressive collection of approximately 300 of his works, the museum houses the world's largest collection of Mondriaan's paintings and drawings. This includes his famous final masterpiece "Victory Boogie Woogie," considered a jewel of the collection. Here, visitors can trace Mondriaan's journey to abstraction and experience his evolution as an artist in full glory.
- Diversity in Art: In addition to paintings and sculptures, the museum houses an extensive collection of applied art, including porcelain, fashion, jewelry, and style rooms.
- Architectural Splendor: The museum building, designed by H.P. Berlage in the rationalist style and opened in 1935, is a work of art in itself and provides an atmospheric backdrop for the art collections.
A Must-See for Art Enthusiasts and Families
Visit the Kunstmuseum Den Haag for an inspiring art experience. Whether you fall in love with a particular painting by Monet, an impressive photography exhibition, or the adventurous world of Piet Mondriaan, a visit to the Kunstmuseum Den Haag is always meaningful and unforgettable.
For informationStadhouderslaan 41, Den Haag
tel. +31 703 381 111