Your artwork could be shown at the painting’s home in the Netherlands while the original travels for an exhibition.
Activists Who Targeted “Girl With a Pearl Earring” Get Jail Time
A member of the activist group Last Generation called the Dutch court’s verdict “disgusting.”
Visitors Heckle Activist Who Glues Head to Vermeer’s “Girl With a Pearl Earring”
Outraged patrons at the Mauritshuis Museum in the Netherlands responded with “obscene,” “stupid,” and “shut up!”
From Yemen to the Netherlands, a Photographer Focuses on Migration and Statelessness
With her project, The Passport, Thana Faroq documents the lives not just of stateless individuals, but also her own escaping conflict and later settling abroad.
The Hague’s City Hall Gets a Mondrian Makeover for De Stijl’s Centennial
A giant homage to the most iconic Dutch modern art movement debuted today in The Hague.
Expert Says M.C. Escher Museum Is Full of Replicas
Over 150 prints believed to be originals by M.C. Escher, on permanent display at the Hague’s Escher in het Paleis (Escher in the Palace), are actually replicas, the museum’s founder has revealed.