In 2022, it will be 200 years since the Mauritshuis—once built as a residence for Count Johan Maurits van Nassau-Siegen—became a museum.
The Mauritshuis concludes its festive anniversary year with a special exhibition: paintings from The Frick Collection in New York. These paintings left Europe for America more than 100 years ago and have never been seen in Europe since. Very exceptionally, The Frick Collection is lending them to us. Among them is Rembrandt’s famous self-portrait from 1658.