The Hoogsteder & Hoogsteder collection of Old Master paintings is exhibited in a fully preserved eighteenth-century town house at the Lange Vijverberg 15 in The Hague. The gallery is situated opposite the Mauritshuis, adjacent to Museum Bredius and The Hague Historical Museum.
The house dates from 1756 and was designed by court architect Pieter de Swart. It is a rare example of a mansion house in The Hague constructed in the Louis XV rococo style. From 1652 the site served as the court of the Frisian Stadtholders for almost a century, until Prince William IV of Orange Nassau sold it in 1750.
To visit the Gallery
You are most welcome to visit the gallery on weekdays between 11am and 5pm.
Group visits and guided tours of the house and collection are available on request.
Dinners and receptions: limited availability, on special request only.
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