Museum Bredius is a hidden gem alongside the Hofvijver. In this 18th-century mansion, you will see much more than simply a glimpse of the interior as it was back then. You will be amazed by works of art by famous artists, including Rembrandt, Jan Steen and Aelbert Cuyp. The collection was assembled by the former director of the Royal Picture Gallery (Mauritshuis) and art aficionado Abraham Bredius (1855-1946). On his death, he left his entire collection of more than 200 paintings to the city of The Hague. Thanks to the efforts of other art lovers, his collection can still be admired to this day.
27 June 2014 - 8 January 2015
In this exhibition Museum Bredius displays (more than) twenty paintings by the famous Dutch master Jan Steen. Ten of his masterworkls have never been exposed to the wider public. With the exhibition comes a richly illustrated and extensive catalogue on the works of Jan Steen, as well as Bredius' vision on the grand master's paintings to accompany the exhibition (15 euro).
Tues. – Sun.: 11.00 – 17.00
Closed on Mondays