We’d hereby like to invite you…
…to our winter exhibition in The Hague Salon, and in particular to the lecture by
art historian dr. Yvonne Brentjens
For the publication ‘Made in Holland’ (published alongside the Princessehof’s Ceramics Museum’s exhibition of the same name), dr Yvonne Brentjens researched Dutch ceramics that were submitted to the Paris World Exhibition in 1900. Rozenburg eggshell porcelain was in very high demand. But who were all those international buyers, and how successful were Amstelhoek and other participants? A reconstruction of the Dutch section, ‘somewhat hidden and quite dark’, at the Esplanade des Invalides.
Please reserve early for the lecture, as space is limited. You can reserve by filling in the form elsewhere on this page.
At this sales exhibition, we will present museum-grade art works from the European Art Nouveau and Art Deco period 1880-1940, including unique posters, sculptures, glass art, lamps, furniture, pottery and Rozenburg porcelain.
We warmly welcome you to our exhibition, and invite you to enjoy a drink and a bite to eat!
Rachel Reijers, Jaap Nieuwenhuizen Segaar, Rob van Vulpen en Marc Knook