The Mauritshuis museum in the Hague is in full bloom. To celebrate the 200th anniversary of its opening to the public in 1822, the museum has been transformed into a living bouquet, inside and out.
The facade of the museum“in full bloom.” Courtesy of the Muritshuis, The Hague.
A floral installation on the Dutch classical facade will be replenished throughout the exhibition’s run, and inside, an exhibition titled“In Full Bloom” features some of the most famous still-life works of the Dutch Golden Age. (As an added bonus, visitors with flower names—attention Lilys, Roses, and Violets—get free entrance to the exhibition.)