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The New York Times

Museums Shake Things Up by Mixing Old and New

Nowadays, Hals ranks with his compatriots Rembrandt and Vermeer in the pantheon of art history, but Ann Demeester, director of the Frans Hals Museum in Haarlem, prefers to see him as a “transhistorical” figure.

The New York Times

Need a Good Laugh? Check Out Some 17th-Century Dutch Art

If you were asked to quickly close your eyes and conjure a picture of the Dutch Golden Age, you might come up with an image of dour, pale figures clad all in black with stiff white ruffs bracing their necks. But it may be time to update that image.

Artnews

Frans Hals: Haarlem Renaissance

An exhibition at the Frans Hals Museum sheds new light on the artist, his techniques, and his influence.

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