Discovered: oilsketch by Peter Paul Rubens15-01-2019
Together with curator Friso Lammertse (Museum Boijmans van Beuningen) Hoogsteder discovered a long lost oilsketch by Rubens.
Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640)
The Secular Hierarchy in Adoration
Panel transferred to canvas, 66 x 46 cm
Private collection, via Hoogsteder & Hoogsteder
First Masterly The Hague a Huge Success!Monday 24 September 2018 19:30
‘A completely new experience.’
‘Stylish, beautiful, exciting.’
‘This is the festival The Hague needs.’
Just some of the enthusiastic reactions confided to initiators Uniquole and Hoogsteder Museum Foundation by visitors to the crowded Masterly The Hague festival.
Presenting contemporary designs alongside historical paintings turned out to be a huge hit. Hip fashionistas, posh Hague residents, young parents with their progeny and students all came to feast their eyes in the three urban palaces on Lange Vijverberg these last four days. In the magnificently styled theme rooms, sixty designers told about their new creations full of passion and inspired by their muse. Rembrandt, Ruysdael, Amalia van Solms, Anna Paulowna and many other royals and Old Masters have never been so successfully brought to life.
Festival extension to three additional locations
Masterly The Hague presented an innovative crossover which appealed to the imagination of both art and design aficionados. A second festival in 2019 looks inevitable. An extension to include three new locations in The Hague’s museum quarter is on the cards.
Masterly The Hague is a new annual festival open to the public. Historical paintings are shown alongside works made specially for the festival by contemporary designers, artists and photographers.
With thanks to the city of The Hague, ABN AMRO, Prins Bernard Cultural Fund, NBTC Holland Marketing, Fonds 1818, Binnenstad Den Haag and Residentie in Bedrijf.
1 – 2018 MASTERLY THE HAGUE – Festival of Old Master Paintings and Dutch Design – Photo by Nicole Marnati – Bridal Collection Viktor & Rolf with Dutch Master muse Van Mierevelt
Masterly The Hague06-12-2017
A New Festival for Old Master Paintings & Dutch Design
20-23 September 2018
This autumn, the three magnificent buildings located opposite the splendid Hofvijver will open to the public together for the first time.
Lange Vijverberg 14, 15 and 16 present the collections of Dr Abraham Bredius, Hoogsteder & Hoogsteder and Cornelis Kruseman. Masterly The Hague introduces these historical paintings in combination with work by contemporary designers specially commissioned for this event.
Masterly The Hague is a Nicole Uniquole and Willem Jan Hoogsteder (the Hoogsteder Museum Foundation) initiative.