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Frans Hals and the Moderns
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Frans Hals, Portrait of Pieter Jacobsz Olycan, 1629/30, Frans Hals Museum, on loan from a private collection

Vincent van Gogh, Postman Joseph Roulin, 1888, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Gift of Robert Treat Paine, 2nd

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Hals meets Manet, Singer Sargent, Van Gogh

Frans Hals was rediscovered as a modern idol two hundred years after his death. He was admired, even adored by late 19th-century artists such as Édouard Manet, Max Liebermann and Vincent van Gogh. They were all impressed by his loose touch and rough painting style, which came across as ‘Impressionist’.

This exhibition shows Frans Hals’s immense impact on these modern painters. For the first time, paintings by the famous 17th-century portrait painter are being shown alongside reactions to his work from other major eras of painting.

Frans Hals, Portrait of Pieter Jacobsz Olycan, 1629/30, Frans Hals Museum, on loan from a private collection

Seeing works by Frans Hals alongside virtuoso work by the artists whom he inspired gives insight into how modern Frans Hals was in in their eyes: ‘Frans Hals, c’est un moderne’.

Frans Hals and the Moderns is accompanied by an amazing glossy, full of exciting stories behind the works in the exhibition. For more information click here.

Funds & Sponsors

The exhibition has been supported by Beminnaers, BankGiro Loterij, Van Toorn Scholten Stichting, Turing Foundation, VSBfonds, Fonds 21, Mondriaan Fund, Friends of the Frans Hals Museum, the municipality of Haarlem, Blockbusterfund and by the Dutch government. An indemnity grant has been provided by the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands on behalf of the Minister of Education, Culture and Science.

Vincent van Gogh, Postman Joseph Roulin, 1888, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Gift of Robert Treat Paine, 2nd

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