Museum De Lakenhal is currently undergoing a programme of renovation and expansion and will reopen 20 June 2019. During this period of closure, collection highlights are travelling to a number of other museums, including the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, the Frans Hals Museum in Haarlem and the Hermitage in Amsterdam. This overview will tell you where you can now find your favourite works.

Museum De Lakenhal in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Museum De Lakenhal in the Hermitage, Amsterdam

The Hermitage in Amsterdam is currently displaying two pieces from Museum De Lakenhal’s collection:

Museum De Lakenhal in the Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem

Until spring 2019 the following work from the Museum De Lakenhal collection will be on display:

Museum De Lakenhal in the Katwijks Museum

Toorop in Katwijk

Jan Toorop (1858–1928) is one of the most important Dutch painters from the period 1880-1910. Initially he worked in the Impressionist style, eventually developing through Pointillism into a Symbolist painter. Toorop was also active as a portrait painter and a designer of ceramics, commercial posters and book covers. Dutch Art Nouveau is often associated with his work. From 1890 to 1892 and 1899 to 1904, Jan Toorop lived in Katwijk aan Zee. His daughter Charley Toorop, later a famous artist herself, was born here in 1891. Two trees will be on show in Katwijks Museum until spring 2019.

Museum De Lakenhal in het Kröller-Müller Museum

The Kröller-Müller Museum shows two highlights of the collection of Museum De Lakenhal in the exhibition: Als kunst je lief is (For the love of art). The Kröller-Müller Museum and the Rembrandt Association are jointly organizing this exhibition. For this occasion they brought together more than 80 works from 40 museums, which were acquired with the support of the Rembrandt Association in the period 2008–2018.

Museum De Lakenhal in the Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar

Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar is the city of Alkmaar’s memory bank and the starting point for anyone interested in discovering and experiencing the art and history of Alkmaar and its surrounding region. The museum showcases its high-quality collections of old and early-modern painting and applied art in a range of interactive displays - the 'Golden Age’, 'Victory!' and 'Portrait of Alkmaar' – which present and highlight the city’s illustrious history. There is also an innovative presentation of the museum’s fine collection of Bergen School painting. On display in Alkmaar, from Museum De Lakenhal’s collection, is Caesar van Everdingen’s monumental work Count William II of Holland granting the charter of 1255 to the Dyke Wardens of Rhineland.