is at home with the Golden Age

In the 17th century, Haarlem was a powerful and prosperous city and a centre of art and culture. The painters of the Golden Age concentrated on everyday subjects: landscapes, genre scenes, portraits, still lifes and city views.

Discover the collection Discover the Old Masters Discover the Old Masters Discover Frans Hals Discover Frans Hals The museum is located in a picturesque monumental building dated 1609 The museum is located in a picturesque monumental building dated 1609

is in dialogue with Rineke Dijkstra

Rineke Dijkstra’s work is often placed in the tradition of seventeenth-century Dutch painting; in this exhibition it is easy to see why. Dijkstra is fascinated by the way an artist can reflect someone’s personality, with all its complexities and contrasts, as accurately as possible in a single portrait.

Read more Michiel Jansz van Mierevelt – Portrait of Geertruyt van der Dussen, c. 1636 Michiel Jansz van Mierevelt – Portrait of Geertruyt van der Dussen, c. 1636 Read more about Rineke Dijkstra Read more about Rineke Dijkstra Rineke Dijkstra - Vondelpark, Amsterdam Rineke Dijkstra - Vondelpark, Amsterdam

is The Hals Phenomenon

A Glimpse into the Fascinating World of Frans Hals in a new presentation. Get to know Frans Hals intimately: who was he, what did he paint and what makes his paintings so special?

Discover the Phenomenon The Portraits The Portraits The Militia Men The Militia Men The details The details

is a lot more

Benefactors

  • Bank Giro Loterij
  • Mondriaanfonds
  • Haarlem