MARIE TAK VAN POORTVLIET MUSEUM DOMBURG

THE MUSEUM, THE MUSEUM SHOP AND THE TOURIST INFO ARE OPEN DAILY till & incl. DECEMBER 31 FROM 10 AM to 5 PM

If you want to avoid waiting times when visiting the museum, it is wise to make a reservation: 
touristinfo@museumdomburg.nl or 0118 58 4618.
While waiting, you can visit the museum garden, enjoy the peace and order something to drink.

  • IN THE MUSEUM GARDEN

    SCULPTURES BY LIAN MOENS June 5 till & incl. December 31 2021

  • Sept. 12, 2021 until incl. April 24, 2022

    THE UNVEILING. AN INTRODUCTION TO A COLLECTION

    The Exhibition The Unveiling. An introduction to a collection introduces the visitor of the MTVP Museum Domburg to important works from the European collection of paintings managed by the ICEAC, the International Centre for the Research and Documentation of European Artists’ Colonies in Domburg.

    The exhibition will feature such diverse works as Pieter Oyens’ portrait of his brother David at the piano; Toorop’s impressive symbolist lithograph De Zaaier/The Sewer from 1895, from the collection of the painter, writer and art critic Grada Marius; oil paintings by Maurice Góth from De Panne and Domburg; an expressionist landscape by the Groningen painter Remko Watjer; a lee in the Domburg dunes by the Hungarian-Dutch painter Krisztián Horváth from 2009; and De Oostkerk in flaming light by Jac. Prince from 1969.

    Article in Tableau

  • Expected Summer 2022

    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 2022 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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