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From 15 September until 29 October

Emma, mother of the modern monarchy

Every autumn, Escher in Het Paleis joins in with the festivities surrounding Prinsjesdag. This year the theme of the Prinsjesdag festival is 'Time to find common ground'. It's a good reason to raise the profile of Queen Mother Emma. We are doing this  in conjunction with the National Archive. The presentation will be held in the finest room in Emma’s winter palace: the ballroom. There, the original 'Troonrede' (the Dutch equivalent of the Queen's Speech) from 1891 can be seen as well as some remarkable memorabilia from the visits Emma took to the Dutch provinces.

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Permanent exhibition

Escher in Het Paleis is a permanent exhibition dedicated to the world-famous artist M.C. Escher, whose art startled millions of people all over the world. The collection is housed in the former Winter Palace of Queen Mother Emma of the Netherlands. It is the only public building in The Hague…
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A Sense of Wonder

From boredom to optical illusion: inside the adventurous mind of a teenager The first exhibition ever to bring together M.C. Escher’s secondary school days with the prints that he was to make thirty years later. Escher’s former secondary school in Arnhem shows a considerable degree of correspondence between the real…
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What was on? Looking back at some previous exhibitions

Escher, close up

From 4 February until 28 May 2017
Maurits Cornelis Escher used photography as a source of inspiration and as part of his preliminary studies, as was evident for the first time in the exhibition Escher, Close Up.

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Escher and treasures from the Islam

From 12 July until 3 November 2013
For the first time two Dutch museums with totally different backgrounds had organised a common exhibition in which a comparison between Islamic art and the work of MC Escher was central: Escher & Treasures from Islam in The Hague and Escher meets Islamic Art in Amsterdam.

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Escher by the seaside

From 3 July until 28 August 2016
Summer! Time to enjoy the sun and relax on the beach. His whole life Maurits Cornelis Escher enjoyed the seaside. During the summer of 2016 we showed a selection of Eschers own photo’s in the Ballroom. With bathing costumes from the 20’s/30’s and visitors could make their own 30’s snapshot at the seaside.

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