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Prepare to be amazed by the works of M.C. Escher

Museum temporarily closed

Due to national policy relating to the coronavirus (covid-19), Escher in The Palace will remain closed to the public until further notice.

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Escher in The Palace is a permanent exhibition dedicated to the world-famous, imaginative artist M.C. Escher. Read about our permanent collection and temporary exhibitions.

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The latest Escher Today 21 March 2020

Spring with Trees and Animals

Spring is here. It cannot be stopped by the world's problems. That is why we show you this print. A small wood engraving of 44 x 99 mm, but large in visual richness. This woodcut of a tree with birds and a squirrel is special, because it mirrors the whole…...
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Escher app questionnaire

Escher in The Palace has plans to develop an Escher app. Our museum features a great deal of Escher’s work, while information boards go into detail on his themes and techniques. Unfortunately, there is little room in the museum for the background and history of individual prints. Which is why we are keen to make such information available via an app, which is to be downloadable for iOS and Android in due course. Will you join us in thinking about the content?

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Masterpieces

Dutchman Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972) is one of the most famous graphic artists in the world. The way he plays with perspective, space and reality means he remains fascinating even today. The highlights of his collection can be seen in Escher in Het Paleis.

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Timeline

The life of Escher, year by year.

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Audio guides

Escher in The Palace offers two tours in which you will learn more about Escher's masterpieces, his techniques and the story behind the prints.

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History

Our building at the Lange Voorhout has a long history. Read about its origins, the Royals who lived here and how this palace became the residence of a permanent exhibition dedicated to Escher.

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