125 years of Escher at Kurhaus

On Saturday 17 June it is exactly 125 years ago that one of the most famous graphic artists, Maurits Cornelis Escher, was born. That is why The Hague is this year's theme of Escher and exhibitions with his works can be admired at various locations.

Exhibitions of 125 years of Escher are not only held in museums in The Hague. Thanks to Gallery Bell'Arte and Artichoque Art Galerie, eleven of his works of art can be admired in the Grand Hotel Amrâth Kurhaus and are even for sale!

Escher at the Kurhaus

Exhibitions can be admired at various locations in The Hague. This is also the case in the Amrâth Grand Hotel Kurhaus, where 11 of his works of art can be admired.

Do you want to experience this year up close with an overnight stay in the Kurhaus? Book our 125 years Escher package and enjoy a delicious breakfast and 3-course dinner, among other things.

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Gallery Bell' Arte & Artichoque Art

Did you know that Grand Hotel Amrâth Kurhaus contains more than 11 works of art by Escher? These works are offered by Gallery Bell' Arte and Artichoque Art Galerie and are for sale!

Check them out here:

Gallery Bell'Arte Artichoque Art Gallery

125 years of Escher

This year marks the 125th anniversary of the artist M.C. Escher (1898-1972) was born. His work consists of early woodcuts of people and unparalleled depictions of nature and landscapes.

M.C. Escher became world famous for his artwork with optical illusions. 'Waterfall', 'Belvédère' and 'Relativity'. Escher studied architecture at the Delft University of Technology and has exhibited at the Pulchri Studio in The Hague, among others. The Kunstmuseum Den Haag has the world's largest museum collection of Escher's work.

M.C. Escher is best known for his impossible drawings such as Climbing and Descending and Relativity. But also for his metamorphoses, Air and Water and Reptiles.


Escher exhibitions in The Hague

In ''Like Escher,'' the museum Escher in Het Paleis brings famous Escher themes such as optical illusion, reflection, nature and impossible architecture to life through contemporary art. Through a mix of works by more than 30 national and international artists, the museum shows how topical Escher's themes still are and how his work is evolving in modern culture.

Visit the exhibition "Like Escher" from Friday November 3, 2023, through Sunday March 24, 2024.