Mauritshuis Mural on Lonnekerstraat
Super A and Collin van der Sluijs
The Hague has its first Mauritshuis Mural! Dutch artist duo Super A & Collin van der Sluijs were inspired by Melchior d’Hondecoeter’s 1680 painting Chickens and Ducks from the Mauritshuis collection. Come and see the mural at number 8 Lonnekerstraat, in the Morgenstond neighbourhood.
Mauritshuis Mural on the Vrederustlaan
Julien de Casabianca
The Hague now has its second Mauritshuis Mural! Inspired by Peter Paul Rubens’ Old Woman and Boy with Candles (1616-1617) from the Mauritshuis collection, Julien de Casabianca has created a mural opposite Vrederustlaan 96 (Shalomchurch) in the Bouwlust en Vrederust neighbourhood.
Mauritshuis Mural on Joubertplantsoen
Nadia van Luijk
The third Mauritshuis Mural is complete! Artist Nadia van Luijk participated in our competition, and managed to win over both the expert jury and residents of the Transvaalkwartier with her tasteful design. Come and see her mural at the corner of Joubertplantsoen / Smitstraat!
Mauritshuis Mural oon Willem Dreespark
Colombian artist GLEO is crazy about flowers, and she photographs them wherever she goes. She has a favourite in every country she’s been too. So it’s no surprise that she chose a floral still life – Vase of Flowers in a Window by Ambrosius Bosschaert – as the inspiration for her mural. Visit her Mauritshuis Mural on one of the Willem Dreespark flats, opposite Moerwijk station!