Amsterdam’s Hermitage Museum is showcasing the first edition of Dutch Masters from the Hermitage Exhibition featuring six Rembrandt masterpieces among the 63 artworks created by 50 different artists to celebrate the homecoming of the paintings after 350 years.
During the great wealth of the seventeenth century, countless artists created masterpieces that are now shown in museums worldwide. The Dutch Golden Age paintings display a unique and distinctive creativity and individuality depicting landscapes, portraits, scenes of everyday life, seascapes and church interiors.
The 1800s witnessed n increasing flow of talented new artists with their own personal styles such as Lastman and Wtewael, Rembrandt, Hals, Flinck, Bol, Heda and Kalf, Dou, Steen and Ter Borch, Ruisdael and Van Goyen, Berckheyde and Van der Heyden, which are all represented in the exhibition ‘Dutch Masters from the Hermitage, a treasure of the Tsars’.
To mark this occasion, Conservatorium, which is housed in a palace, is introducing the “Dutch Masters Package” offering two nights accommodation, breakfast for two and two tickets to the Hermitage Museum. The room rates start at 550 Euros (Bt21,365) and are valid for stays through May 27.
With art being one of the pillars of Conservatorium, guests will enjoy an artistic experience as well as the hotel being an architectural masterpiece that combines landmark heritage with graceful, contemporary design to its fullest.
Online booking can be made at www.ConservatoriumHotel.com or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.