De Hallen Haarlem: Sky! In Dutch Art Since 1850


This summer De Hallen Haarlem is staging a major exhibition about the sky in Dutch art since 1850. The museum will be showing a wide range of interpretations of the sky: from late Romantic artists like Schelfhout, by way of Impressionists like Weissenbruch and Mesdag, to contemporary artists like John Körmeling and Guido van der Werve. Some 150 paintings, sculptures, photographs and films show how inspiring the sky was and still is as a subject for artists.

The exhibition runs from 21 June – 7 September 2014 and f full details can be found on their website

One thought on “De Hallen Haarlem: Sky! In Dutch Art Since 1850”

  1. Marijke Golsteijn avatar Marijke says:

    Inspirational! Beautiful exhibition! If you’re in the neighborhood of Haarlem, the Netherlands (near Amsterdam) it is a must to go :)

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