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  • The Mauritshuis is a delightful little gallery and the experience of viewing its treasures is always an intimate one.

    Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring

  • The Mauritshuis will be the latest in a line of landmark museums in the Netherlands to undertake major renovations.

    Museums

  • The Mauritshuis is a cabinet of gems, and months could not stale its variety.

    Promenades of an Impressionist

  • changing face In the Netherlands, the Mauritshuis is the latest to renovate.

    Museums

  • Duparc, retired in 2007 as director of the Mauritshuis in the Hague and now serves as the Van Otterloo's primary art adviser, in which capacity he succeeded Simon H.

    Collecting as a Fine Art

  • A smaller version of the exhibition opened in November at the Mauritshuis museum in The Hague, Netherlands.

    In Salem, Old-Master Sorcery

  • The Hague art "Spice of Life: Jan Steen in the Mauritshuis" shows 14 works by the Dutch master, including "Girl Eating Oysters" and "The Poultry Yard," alongside a live viewing of the restoration process of two of his paintings.

    What's on around Europe

  • "The Young Vermeer" brings together one painting from Edinburgh, one from Dresden and one from the Mauritshuis, showing the early developments of Vermeers's talents.

    Time Off

  • The entrance will lead visitors to the most prominent feature of the new design: the underground foyer, meant to flood with natural light, which will connect the Mauritshuis to Plein 26 on the other side.

    Museums

  • " You can think of a cross between the Apple store in New York and the Louvre, " is how Mauritshuis Director Emilie Gordenker describes the museum ' s hopes for the extension and renovation.

    Museums

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