The international home of De Stijl
From Mondrian to Dutch Design, celebrate 100 years of De Stijl in The Hague, a beautiful city renowned as the international home of De Stijl's artworks. Housed in an iconic Art Deco building by famous Dutch architect H.P. Berlage, the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag is an unforgettable way to come face to face with the movement thanks to a collection that features 300 Mondrian works in an immersive presentation, as well as the world’s largest collection of De Stijl artworks.
- Explore the entire oeuvre of Mondrian as the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag showcases 300 works.
- See the icons of De Stijl, including Mondrian’s ‘Victory Boogie Woogie’.
- Discover why De Stijl is still relevant to Dutch Design(ers) today.
Mondrian: at home in The Hague
De Stijl is internationally renowned as Holland’s most significant contribution to the development of modern art, and The Hague truly holds Piet Mondrian and this famous art movement close to its heart. Not only is the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag home to the largest collection of Mondrian artworks in the world, it also hosts the largest collection of De Stijl works. Since 2011 this grand municipal museum has presented an immersive permanent collection of 300 Mondrian artworks, guiding the visitor through his entire oeuvre, from his earliest paintings through to the spectacular ‘Victory Boogie Woogie’. It also showcases works by Mondrian’s De Stijl peers, including Theo van Doesburg, Bart van der Leck and Gerrit Rietveld, making The Hague an unmissable stop for fans of the movement.
Explore the region: The Hague
The Hague is one of the most extraordinary cities in Holland. Not only is it the seat of government, it's also the home of the Dutch Royal Family. Discover historic monuments, world-class museums, modern shopping areas and one of Holland's most popular seaside resorts.
- Travel to Leiden in less than 30 minutes
- In under an hour you can reach Utrecht, Amersfoort, Brabant, Amsterdam or Schiphol Airport
- Drachten is almost a 2-hour journey, although the route takes you across the Afsluitdijk, a 32 km sea dike, which is an engineering marvel and a breath-taking international attraction in itself
The Hague offers a wealth of accommodation, from budget with flair to royal luxury. For a special city centre treat, enjoy a stay in Boutique Hotel Corona, a stunning 17th-century building in the political heart of The Hague.
Discover the roots of De Stijl in Utrecht and Amersfoort. Visit the birthplace of Piet Mondrian and view the world’s largest Gerrit Rietveld collection.