During the 17th century, Amsterdam became a new economic superpower in Europe, providing a wealth of opportunities for young painters to make their mark. This display explores the personal stories of key artists from our Collection; including works by Meindert Hobbema, Jacob van Ruisdael and Willem van de Velde II. Explores tales of invention, ingenuity, fortune and loss, all against the backdrop of an ambitious, fast-moving city.
Closed Monday except Bank Holiday Mondays
Included in cost of admission which is £16.50 with concessions. FREE TO SEE for carers and under 18s