Support the Mauritshuis
The Mauritshuis enjoys a long history of patronage. Its most important patron was King William I, who handed over the collections belonging to his father, Stadholder Prince William V, to the Dutch state in 1816. These paintings form the core of the Mauritshuis’s present-day collection.
Since then, private collectors have continued to play an important role at the Mauritshuis. Without the support of its patrons, the museum as we know it today could not exist. In the future too, the Mauritshuis must continue to rely on this support. A contribution from you will make it possible for the museum to realise its ambitions over the coming years.
Find out more about our patrons in the past, our current partners and ways in which you can support the Mauritshuis here.