Different every day, or no day the same. The Dutch seasons are different every day, every week, every month, every year. Dutch people who live abroad often say they miss just that. The fresh spring green after an exceptionally harsh Dutch winter, the misty coolness in an autumn forest after a warm beach day. And perhaps it is the seasons that keep us going right now. We leave the winter days with strict curfews behind us and long for a glass of rosé in the spring sun. We desire expansion from a closed society.
A collection of paintings, watercolors, drawings and sculptures for sale from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries including Dutch romantics and impressionists, painters of the Hague and Amsterdam School, classical moderns, representatives of expressionist movements such as the Bergen School and the Groninger Ploeg, realists and abstracts.
Would you like to come by? You are very welcome, we keep a reasonable distance but receive you hospitably with a cup of coffee and around four o’clock with a glass of Salentein. If you want to view specific works of art in private, make an appointment and we will hang it for you in a separate room.
starting 30 April 2021
Open: Tuesday-Saturday 9:30-17:30h
and by appointment: 0318-652888 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Although each season has its special appeal, spring has the most magical effect on us. Is this because of a new beginning after a long hibernation? The end of the cold winter, a never-ending period of snow and frost, which makes you eagerly anticipate spring?
Around June 21, the sun passes the Tropic of Cancer and summer starts here. There is then a period of heat, lots of sunlight and long days. Nature is in full bloom in the first summer months, people go to the beach or take to the water.
Kom, we doen net of het lente is, die met bakken uit de lucht valt. De beuk erin! – Loesje
It was only recently that in the Netherlands, after years of hoping for a cold snap, we were finally able to put on our skates again to go out on the canals. Our skating fever was raised, after all, such a harsh winter had been a while ago. And although the skating clubs were eager to open their tracks, we had to rely on natural ice. Fortunately, the traditional cake-and-zopie tents were transformed into takeaway stalls to order coffee and mulled wine to-go.