Guided Tour of Dutch Masters from British Country Houses
By Jane Choy-Thurlow
This autumn there will be a special exhibit of Dutch 17th century paintings from English, National Trust Houses. English country houses have traditionally been the home to Dutch Golden Age
masters. Most of these paintings were acquired in the eighteenth century, the heyday of the English country house. Although over time many owners were forced to sell works to raise funds, there are still many extraordinary paintings to be found in country houses today.
For this exhibition, the Mauritshuis has selected the most beautiful Dutch paintings from houses managed by the National Trust. This will be a first for the Mauritshuis: never before
has such a selection been exhibited in the Netherlands.
Date: Tuesday October 30 and/or October 31
Time: 13.00 – 14.15
Place: Mauritshuis Museum Den Haag, Plein 29
Cost: 10 EUR for members, 12.50 EUR for nonmember.
Museum entrance fee of 15.50 EUR
is not included (free entrance with museum card)
Number of attendees: Minimum 11/maximum 15
Please buy entrance tickets on the day or by internet.
Contact: Jane Choy firstname.lastname@example.org tel. 070 387 2606
Please pay by bank transfer to NL 51 ABNA 0422 0021 19, Jane
E. Choy-Thurlow or cash at the IWC Monthly Meeting