MARIE TAK VAN POORTVLIET MUSEUM DOMBURG

DOMBURG TOP PIECES FROM THE COLLECTIONS OF THE MTVP MUSEUM AND THE ICEAC DOMBURG ON THE HALL WALLS! THEY COME BACK IN THE DESIGNS OF LISETTE HUIZENGA IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROOM.

From Saturday, July 18, we are open on Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 13.00 to 17.00 hrs.

The museum will be open from July 18 on Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 13.00 to 17.00 hrs.

Reservation is no longer mandatory, but it is sensible because only a limited number of people can enter the building at the same time. To visit the museum, you can reserve a time block of 30 minutes between 13:00 and 17:00 hrs, starting at the hour and half hour. You can make a reservation by calling +31 (0) 118-584618 during opening hours from 18 July.

Additional measures apply to ensure the safety of you and our volunteers. We ask you to follow our guidelines. Read here how you can ensure a safe and pleasant visit with us.

  • Follow the indicated route and the directions of our volunteers in the museum.
  • Before you visit the museum we will ask you about your health. Stay at home with flu-like symptoms or colds, or if a housemate has such complaints.
  • There is plenty of attention for hygiene: disinfection gel is within reach at various places and the museum is intensively cleaned.
  • The museum shop is open, the café remains closed and it is not possible to use the toilet.
  • We do not currently receive groups.
  • From July 18, 2020 – THE ANIMATION OF LISETTE – DOMBURG CLOSER-UP

    Embedded in a ‘classic’ Domburg entourage, the designer and 3D artist Lisette Huizenga plays with the forms and the imagination. Does the exhibition of characteristic fine works from the Collections of the MTVP Museum and the ICEAC already bring Domburg as an Artists’ Colony very nearby, their elaboration in Lisette’s presentation at its centre provides additional sensations and an even more intense experience.

  • Expected 2021 – DOMBURG SPECIAL. A particular Photo Exhibition

    A special group of photographers shows special photos of Domburg

  • Expected 2021 – STIFF AND STOUT – THE PATH OF JO KOSTER AND DORA KOCH-STETTER

    That the Dutch Jo Koster and the German Dora Stetter both have been connected to a variety of European Artists’ Colonies, is clearly expressed in their work. In a beautiful survey of – inter alia – in Domburg, Staphorst, Heeze, Knokke en Ahrenshoop created paintings and graphic works, the similarities and differences between them are shown. With Jo Koster’s work as a guideline, the Summer Exhibition 2020 of the MTVP Museum Domburg follows the development of two female artists, who started traditionally but then unfolded their talents, one particularly in the French neo-impressionist and the other one mainly in the German expressionist sense. Stiffly persevering and stoutly digesting, or: their path was stiff, but the women were stout!

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