Gallery of the Golden Age
ABN AMRO Art Prize
Spanish Masters from the Hermitage
Exhibition programme 2014-2020
Alexander, Napoleon & Joséphine
Dining with the Tsars
Expedition Silk Road
Gauguin, Bonnard, Denis
Peter the Great
Vincent. The Van Gogh Museum in the Hermitage Amsterdam
Rubens, Van Dyck & Jordaens
Matisse to Malevich
- Highlights of the exhibition
- Background by Henk van Os
- Sergey Shchukin and Others
- Auguste Chabaud
- André Derain
- Kees van Dongen
- Georges Dufrenoy
- Raoul Dufy
- Henri Le Fauconnier
- Othon Friesz
- Charles Guérin
- Alexej von Jawlensky
- Wassily Kandinsky
- Marie Laurencin
- Kazimir Malevich
- Henri Manguin
- Albert Marquet
- Henri Matisse
- Amédée Ozenfant
- Pablo Picasso
- Jean Puy
- Georges Rouault
- Chaim Soutine
- Maurice Utrillo
- Louis Valtat
- Maurice de Vlaminck
- Russian literature around 1900
- At the Russian Court
- Caspar David Friedrich
- Images of St Petersburg
- Art Nouveau
- Collectors in St Petersburg
- Silver wonders from the east
- Pilgrim treasures
- Nicholas & Alexandra
- Greek gold
St Petersburg & Russia
Hermitage Amsterdam and Amstelhof
Spanish Masters from the Hermitage and
Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age
The exhibition Spanish Masters from the Hermitage is on display. Also, you can visit the exhibition Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age.
So you can visit two exhibitions in the Hermitage Amsterdam! A unique opportunity!
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Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age is a production of the Amsterdam Museum and the Rijksmuseum, in close cooperation with the Hermitage Amsterdam.
Foto Evert Elzinga
Spanish Masters from the Hermitage.
The World of El Greco, Ribera, Zurbarán, Velázquez, Murillo & Goya
28 November 2015 – 29 May 2016
The long-awaited art exhibition Spanish Masters from the Hermitage. The World of El Greco, Ribera, Zurbarán, Velázquez, Murillo & Goya opens at the Hermitage Amsterdam on Saturday 28 November 2015. The exhibition includes more than sixty superior paintings and a rich collection of graphic works and applied arts masterpieces. Never before has the Netherlands hosted such a comprehensive survey of Spanish art, with work that is hardly represented in Dutch museum collections. The exhibition features masterpieces such as The Apostles Peter and Paul (1587–92) by El Greco, Velázquez’s Portrait of the Count Duke of Olivares (c. 1638), Murillo’s Immaculate Conception (c. 1680) and Goya’s Portrait of the Actress Antonia Zárate (1810–11), in addition to paintings by their pupils and later painters, up and including Picasso. Together they tell the story of the rise and glory of Spanish art in the Golden Age, which would continue to influence art into modern times./p>
El Greco (Doménikos Theotokópoulos) (1541–1614), The Apostles Peter and Paul, 1587–92
Diego Velázquez de Silva (1599–1660), Head of a Man in Profile, c 1616
Bartolomé Esteban Murillo (1617–1682), Immaculate Conception, c 1680
Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746–1828), Portrait of the Actress Antonia Zárate, c 1810–11
Pablo Picasso (1881 –1973), Boy with dog, 1905
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Spectral Spectrum draws unconventional connections
A special exhibition by ABN AMRO Art Prize winner Melvin Moti from 26 November to 6 March 2016 in the Hermitage Amsterdam
The exhibition Spectral Spectrum by the artist Melvin Moti will be on display from 26 November 2015 to 6 March 2016 in the Hermitage Amsterdam. Moti (b. 1977, Rotterdam) won the fifth edition of the ABN AMRO Art Prize for talented artists in the Netherlands, and was given a year to develop the exhibition. The result is a unique combination that draws unconventional connections between work by Jan Schoonhoven, Steven Aalders, Lidwien van de Ven, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Julius Henricus Quinkhardt, Philipp Franz Balthasar von Siebold and Moti’s own works: Miamalism (2008), A Century of Light (2010) and his new series Secret Seals (2015). Moti’s art is, above all, a visual delight, but it also evokes the theme of finding one’s way in the dark – which involves making assumptions and using the imagination. Moti suggests that looking is not a passive state, but a conscious and active mode of thought. His art demonstrates the huge gap between looking and understanding, and between sight and insight. It is a space of and for the eye, of and for the mind, in which perception and reason are constantly challenged. This exhibition can be viewed as a single, autonomous gesture, as one cohesive installation.
Melvin Moti, Miamalism, 2008, front cover of Life magazine, 40 x 50 cm
Sir Joshua Reynolds, Portrait of Mary Barnardiston, 1750, oil on canvas, 73 × 62 cm. Owned by Melvin Moti. Photo: Gert-Jan van Rooij
|Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age||Until 2016|
|Spanish Masters||28 November – 29 May 2016|
|Catherine the Great|
(subject to changes)
|18 June 2016 – 15 January 2017|
|1917. From Romanov to Revolution|
(subject to changes)
|11 February – 17 September 2017|
(subject to changes)
|14 October 2017 – 27 May 2018|
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Plantage Amsterdam, cultural garden of Amsterdam
Right in the city centre the Plantage neighbourhood offers nature and culture in laidback surroundings. Visit another museum or cultural institution in this area. Wander through its many parks, stroll along its canals or have a drink at one of those wonderful waterside terraces.
Visit our website: plantageamsterdam.nl.
Daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed on 27 April (Kingsday) and 25 December (Christmas Day)
Open on 1 January 11 a.m.- 5 p.m.
The Hermitage Amsterdam is located on Amstel 51, Amsterdam
Photo Janiek Dam
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