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01 December 2019Nicolaes Maes: Rembrandt’s Versatile Pupil - Mauritshuis, The Hague
02 November 2019'Rembrandt – Velázquez', Dutch and Spanish Masters - Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
06 October 2019SPREZZATURA: Fifty years of Italian Painting (1860-1910) - Drents Museum, Assen
11 May 2019Hockney – van Gogh 'The Joy of Nature' - Van Gogh Museum
14 April 2019Day Tour Visit to Amersfoort
23 March 2019Gods of Egypt - Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Leiden
24 February 2019'Splendour & Bliss' – Gemeentemuseum, The Hague
16 February 2019'All Rembrandts – Exhibition of the Year' - Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
12 January 2019'Utrecht – Caravaggio and Europe' - Centraal Museum, Utrecht
08 December 2018The National Trust: 'Dutch Masters from British Country Houses' - Het Mauritshuis, The Hague
10 November 2018'Dinner is Served' - Van Loon Museum, Amsterdam
06 October 2018Leonardo da Vinci Drawings - Teylers Museum, Haarlem
12 May 2018Van Gogh & Japan - at the Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam
15 April 2018The Drake Collection - 2nd visit
11 March 2018"High Society" at the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
25 February 2018The Drake Collection - "Human Nature" Cutting-edge Art from 1990 - 2018
20 January 2018Nineveh: Museum van Oudheden, Leiden
26 November 2017Art Deco - Paris Gemeente Museum, Den Haag
11 November 2017Neighbours: Portraits from Flanders 1400 - 1700
14 October 2017DUTCH MASTERS - Treasures of the Tsars
13 May 2017At the Heart of Italian Renaisance Rijksmuseum Twente in Enschede
22 April 2017Jean-Antoine Watteau at the Teylers Museum in Haarlem
12 March 2017Peredvizhniki - Russian Realism around Repin 1870-1900 at the Drents Museum, Assen
25 February 2017From Romanov to Revolution: The end of a Dynasty in the Hermitage in Amsterdam
21 January 2017Master pieces from the Szépmüvészeti Museum Budapest in the Frans Hals Museum in Haarlem
10 December 2016"A World of Feathers" in the Volkenkunde Museum, Leiden
20 November 2016"At Home in Holland" at the Mauritshuis in Den Haag
08 October 2016Catherine at the Hermitage
22 May 2016Dordrechts Museum, Dordrecht
16 April 2016The Mayas - Rulers of the Rainforest, Drents Museum, Assen at 12.15
19 March 2016Hermitage, Amsterdam at 11.30 hours
20 February 2016Louwman Museum, The Hague at 10.30 hours
24 January 2016Emperor Constantine's Dream, Nieuwe Kerk, Amsterdam.
12 December 2015"Asia in Amsterdam"
21 November 2015The Glasgow Boys - Drents Museum, Assen
23 May 2015Kubota's kimonos in the Siebold Museum in Leiden
26 April 2015The Frick Collection New York - now in the Mauritshuis
21 March 2015Geisha
21 February 2015Mark Rothko
24 January 2015Rivals at The Hague Court
13 December 2014Dining with the Tsars
23 November 2014Raoul Dufy
30 October 2014Candlelight Tour of Kasteel Duivenvoorde
18 May 2014Huygens Museum Hofwijck
12 April 2014Museum Willet-Holthuysen
15 March 2014The Escher Collection
23 February 2014Bredius Museum
25 January 2014Petra, Desert Wonder

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Nicolaes Maes: Rembrandt’s Versatile Pupil - Mauritshuis, The Hague Het Mauritshuis, The Hague - Meet up @ 16.15 Sunday 01 December 2019

The year 2019 has been dedicated to the commemoration of Rembrandt and his legacy by many Dutch museums.

The Mauritshuis is extending this commemoration to include the works of one the great master’s most talented and versatile pupils:  Nicolaes Maes.  An exhibition, the first international retrospective, has been organised in collaboration with The National Gallery, London (where the exhibition will be on display in 2020).

For us this exhibition will not only be a great experience, it may also give us a better understanding of the artistic legacy of Pieter de Hooch, whose work we will be able to admire mid-December at the Prinsenhof, Delft, as Nicolaes Maes was a source of inspiration to both Johannes Vermeer and Pieter de Hooch!

The artist (1634-1693) started as many of his contemporary fellow painters to depict historical and biblical scenes but around 1655 he changed to portraits of which he produced some 900!  It is as a portrait painter that he achieved his greatest success, artistically and financially.  Nowadays he is mostly admired for his genre paintings; his original representation of scenes of everyday life made him one of the most innovative painters of the Golden Age! 

The guided tour in English will be given by the one and only Jane Choy!

We could all after the tour go and enjoy the scene of everyday life at Het Plein with a drink in our hands!

     booking  Contact Bente Nielsen at bente.nielsen@hetnet.nl
    deadline  15 Nov 19

     address  Het Mauritshuis, Plein 29, 2511 CS The Hague
   date/time  Sunday, 01 Dec 19, @ 16.30 - meet up at museum @ 16.15

    tour cost  Members         EUR 12.50   (admission not included)
                    Non-members EUR 15.00   (admission not included)
  admission  EUR 15.50, if purchased on-line (Free admission for holders of MJK, Rembrandt, & ICOM)

   payment  The Arts Society The Hague account NL90 INGB 0008 3198 36 - mentioning 'Mauritshuis' & the name of the participant

Please check with Bente for availability, before you transfer your payment to finalise your booking and secure your participation on the tour.

The Arts Society does not accept any liability for any theft, accident, or damage that may occur to those participating in The Arts Society’s activities.