Repainting artworks

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Highlights from the Frans Hals Museum
Highlights from the Frans Hals Museum Highlights from the Frans Hals Museum



Frans Hals, Portrait of a Lady with Gloves, ca. 1645/50, Frans Hals Museum, loan from a private collection, in honour of Morris Dorsky

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± 60 minutes

Duration

± 60 minutes

Permanent collection show

The Frans Hals Museum is named after Haarlem’s best-known artist. Naturally, it has more paintings by Frans Hals than any other museum in the world. Yet the collection also includes work by many other Haarlem masters of the sixteenth and seventeenth century, such as Judith Leyster, Hendrik Goltzius and Jacob van Ruisdael.

Combining old masters with modern work by artists such as Piet Mondriaan, Jan Sluijters, and Coba Ritsema challenges you to view art differently and to see more.

 

 

Frans Hals, Portrait of a Lady with Gloves, ca. 1645/50, Frans Hals Museum, loan from a private collection, in honour of Morris Dorsky

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