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The Hermitage, Amsterdam is located on the banks of the Amstel canal. This former Hospital, with its 17th century wide courtyard and two large Horse Chestnut trees, provides an impressive setting for some splendid art exhibitions.

Hermitage Amsterdam opens unique exhibition: Dutch Masters from the Hermitage. 

Treasures of the Tsars

For the first time in its existence, the Hermitage Amsterdam is mounting a show of Dutch masters from the renowned St Petersburg collection. The Nieuwe Keizersgracht wing will showcase one of the greatest treasures of the State Hermitage: the world’s leading collection of Dutch Golden Age painting outside the Netherlands. No fewer than 63 works by 50 different artists are being brought to Amsterdam for a unique exhibition that will celebrate the paintings first (brief) ‘home-coming’ in 350 years.

Classic Beauties 

Classic Beauties unveils the sensual enchantment of Neoclassicism. Embark on the ‘Grand Tour’ at the Hermitage Amsterdam. 
Saturday 16 June 2018 is the opening day of Hermitage Amsterdam’s new exhibition, Classic Beauties. Artists, Italy and the Esthetic Ideals of the 18th Century.The show tells how artists and tourists flocked to Italy, and more especially Rome, in the second half of the eighteenth century. From all over Europe they traveled to the Eternal City in search of inspiration and to see for themselves the newly excavated classical Greco-Roman sculptures and buildings. Their experiences prompted a new and austere kind of fashionable architecture and, in the visual arts, an unprecedentedly sensual style that sent shock waves through society: a naked, superhuman beauty more daring than anything attempted by the Greeks and Romans. Neoclassicism was born.

A rich selection

To create Classic Beauties, the Hermitage Amsterdam has had exclusive access to the collection of the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg. The displays are further enriched with loans from other private and public collections, including Paul and Maria’s Pavlovsk Palace in Russia and the Teylers Museum in Haarlem (The Netherlands).

Exhibition dates:

From 7 October 2017 to 27  October 2018


Hermitage Amsterdam Amstel 51, Amsterdam.

Opening hours: 

Daily from 10am  to 5pm

Buy your ticket online and skip the line!