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RKD to close on Monday from October 3 onwards

Over the coming months, the RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History in The Hague will be digitizing its entire collection of visual documentation. From the end of 2017 you will be able to search the entire collection via the RKD website.

In order to facilitate the digitization of all visual documentation, the RKD will be closed to the public every Monday, from 3 October 2016 onwards.

The online databases will be available for consultation via the RKD website. Visitors may visit the RKD from Tuesday through Friday, from 10.00 to 17.00.

About the RKD

The RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History is a global knowledge institute and the central resource for the study of Dutch and Flemish art in the international context. The RKD manages a unique collection of archive, documentation and library material relating to Western art from the late Middle Ages to the present. The nucleus of the collections is made up of documentation on Netherlandish art. The RKD pursues an active programme of acquisitions in the areas of painting, drawing and sculpture as well as monumental art, modern media and design.