Kunstmuseum the Hague

Berlage's yellow brickstone architecture of the Kunstmuseum the Hague

The previously named Gemeentemuseum, Kunstmuseum the Hague is mainly for those interested in modern art.
It owns the largest collection of Piet Mondrian’s works, including his latest work ‘Victory Boogie Woogie’.
If you are not afraid of red, yellow and blue, visit the world-famous museum.
Also works by the so-called The Hague School. The building itself is a fascinating example of this style and built in 1935 by the Amsterdam architect H.P. Berlage.
The most modern works are by Picasso, Kandinsky and Francis Bacon.

For art lovers we visit Mauritshuis, Panorama Mesdag and Kunstmuseum the Hague during our the Hague, Delft tour.