Job Offer: Director of Duivenvoorde Castle

Duivenvoorde Castle is looking for a new director. Last February, CODART member Annette de Vries, former director and curator of Duivenvoorde Castle, announced her move to the Dordrechts Museum as Head of Collections (see our news item).

Duivenvoorde in Voorschoten (between The Hague and Leiden) is a unique and still inhabited castle and estate, with its roots in the 13th century.  It consists of the house and its surrounding park and estate. The manor houses a unique collection of family portraits and other paintings, a wide variety of decorative arts and furniture.

The Dutch vacancy text is available here (PDF file). Candidates may apply until 2 September 2018.

Johannes Mijtens (1614-1670), <em>Johan van Wassenaer Duvenvoirde (1577 - 1645) and his two deceased wifes: Maria van Voorst van Doorwerth (1575 - 1610) and Clara de Hinojosa (1587 - 1631)</em>, 1643 Kasteel Duivenvoorde, Voorschoten

Johannes Mijtens (1614-1670), Johan van Wassenaer Duvenvoirde (1577 – 1645) and his two deceased wifes: Maria van Voorst van Doorwerth (1575 – 1610) and Clara de Hinojosa (1587 – 1631), 1643
Kasteel Duivenvoorde, Voorschoten