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Museum Bredius, The Hague

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  • A small museum with paintings, drawings and sketches by Dutch master. It goes pretty fast through it, but it gives a picture of the Dutch golden age painting, so it is well worth a visit.
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  • Bredius was a man wealthy, so floors his mansion full of beautiful antique furniture objects, paintings, clocks, porcelain, other attributes of an interior rich Dutch Home 18-19 centuries. Go, enjoy, admire. Not very popular among the general public museum queues at the entrance No. Located on an alley behind the pond, where the Binnenhof. Do not pass by, as they say. Lovers of painting.
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  • With a museum card holders it's fine to visit here. There is not so much to see, you're quickly "through it".
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  • The collection is assembled by Abraham Bredius (born 18 april 1855-Monaco, 13 March 1946), those to the Prinsegracht 6 lived in the Hague. When he moved to Monaco in 1924, he had already made his house into a museum. At the same time, he gave a work of Jan stone to the municipality of the Hague and promised that his collection to forward the congregation would after his death, which happened in 1946. The old museum on the Prinsegracht had to close its doors due to cuts in 1985. The Foundation Balta was founded in an attempt to take the collection yet again accessible to the public. In 1990, the collection was moved to the now thoroughly renovated building on the Lange Vijverberg. It used here the Dutch Costume museum but the collection of this museum was in 1985, during the same austerity round, moved to the gemeentemuseum Den Haag.
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  • Today the Bredius museum visited. There are particularly nice to see paintings by Jan Steen in particular. Wonderful that you can admire this to the general public. In addition also a very informative catalog of the exhibition for purchase price. The museum recently renovated after visited the Mauritshuis, that is. If I am very honest, deserves the Bredius museum much more public than that so far draws, while the Mauritshuis currently with what may get less visitors (it's often too full to be able to view a painting quiet).
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  • Museum Bredius., very interesting gallery and example patrician dwelling.
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