A Master Revealed: Meijer De Haan
January 21, 2010: 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM
The Harvard Club of the Netherlands, in cooperation with the Ivy Circle, invites you to a very special evening at the Joods Historisch Museum in Amsterdam. A MASTER REVEALED: MEIJER DE HAAN.
Joods Historisch Museum
Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1
€60pp includes an informal dinner, private lecture by JHM Director Joël Cahen and Jelka Kröger, Curator and guided tour of the museum.
Register By Email
Payment: Harvard Club of the Netherlands (Reeuwijk) account number 22.69.01.386.
Cancellation: Your email together with payment serves as registration. Confirmations will be sent upon receipt of payment. Refunds will be provided with advance notification prior to January 12th only. Send email notification to email@example.com.
James Huyghe, '08
About the exhibition and the artist:
Meijer de Haan (1852-1895) was a promising Dutch Jewish painter in the late 19th century. He moved to Paris in the last few years of his life, where he worked closely with Paul Gauguin. He was a regular correspondent with Theo van Gogh, Vincent van Gogh’s brother, and thought to be extremely influential in his work. This exciting exhibition, which was initiated by the JHM, under the lead of curator Jelka Kröger and which took several years to organize, is a partnership with the Musée d’Órsay in Paris and the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Quimper, where it will be shown under the title, “Le maître caché, Meijer de Haan”. The purpose of this exhibition is to introduce De Haan’s works to a broader audience.