View on Haarlem
Special Haarlem cityscapes from the 17th century can be seen together for the first time in the Frans Hals Museum.
Haarlem has been a popular subject for painters for centuries. The views with the Bavo Church on the horizon were so popular in the 17th century that they even got their own name: Haarlempjes. These Haarlempjes and other special cityscapes can now be seen in the first exhibition ever devoted to the 17th-century Haarlem cityscape.
With 'View on Haarlem', the Frans Hals Museum openly declares its love for Haarlem and the surrounding landscape, seen through the eyes of leading painters such as Jacob van Ruisdael, Jan van Goyen, Gerrit Berckheyde and many others.
Experience for yourself the appeal that the city had and still has. Discover how the landscape and the city have changed and go home with a new view of Haarlem.
Dates and times
|Saturday 2 December||11:00 - 17:00|
|Sunday 3 December||11:00 - 17:00|
|Tuesday 5 December||11:00 - 17:00|
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