The Mauritshuis Museum in The Hague
by Jane Choy-Thurlow
Monday 14th June 2021 at 11 am
The Mauritshuis is one of the most beautiful 17th century monuments in Holland and has been the home of the Royal Cabinet of Paintings for nearly 200 years. The collection of 17th century Dutch paintings are considered one of the top four in the world. The intimate atmosphere of this residence makes it very special. Described as the smallest of the great museums and the greatest of the small museums.
Jane will guide us around room by room, talk about the paintings and answer any questions, just like in a real tour.
Jane Choy-Thurlow is a guide and lecturer at the Mauritshuis, as well as Prince William V gallery and Huygens Museum Hofwijck in The Hague. She has been part of several exhibitions including Vermeer, Rembrandt and Holbein.
Jane is an active member of The Arts Society in The Hague as well as being an Accredited Lecturer and in 2018 she was awarded the Knight in the Order of Oranje Nassau by the Dutch King Willem Alexander of Orange for her knowledge and work in the field of the Arts.