Gallery of the Golden Age
Alexander, Napoleon & Joséphine
Exhibition programme 2014-2020
Dining with the Tsars
Expedition Silk Road
Gauguin, Bonnard, Denis
Peter the Great
Vincent. The Van Gogh Museum in the Hermitage Amsterdam
Rubens, Van Dyck & Jordaens
Matisse to Malevich
- Highlights of the exhibition
- Background by Henk van Os
- Sergey Shchukin and Others
- Auguste Chabaud
- André Derain
- Kees van Dongen
- Georges Dufrenoy
- Raoul Dufy
- Henri Le Fauconnier
- Othon Friesz
- Charles Guérin
- Alexej von Jawlensky
- Wassily Kandinsky
- Marie Laurencin
- Kazimir Malevich
- Henri Manguin
- Albert Marquet
- Henri Matisse
- Amédée Ozenfant
- Pablo Picasso
- Jean Puy
- Georges Rouault
- Chaim Soutine
- Maurice Utrillo
- Louis Valtat
- Maurice de Vlaminck
- Russian literature around 1900
- At the Russian Court
- Caspar David Friedrich
- Images of St Petersburg
- Art Nouveau
- Collectors in St Petersburg
- Silver wonders from the east
- Pilgrim treasures
- Nicholas & Alexandra
- Greek gold
St Petersburg & Russia
Hermitage Amsterdam and Amstelhof
Alexander, Napoleon & Joséphine and Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age
The exhibition Alexander, Napoleon & Joséphine is on display. Also, you can visit the exhibition Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age.
So you can visit two exhibitions in the Hermitage Amsterdam! A unique opportunity!
Click here for more information on opening times and rates. Including rates of combination tickets.
Click here to go to the website of Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age.
Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age is a production of the Amsterdam Museum and the Rijksmuseum, in close cooperation with the Hermitage Amsterdam.
The Hermitage Amsterdam presents an exhibition on three historical giants:
Alexander, Napoleon & Joséphine, a Story of Friendship, War and Art from the Hermitage
28 March – 8 November 2015
In 2015, as the Battle of Waterloo is commemorated throughout Europe, the Hermitage Amsterdam will turn the clock back to the decisive years that preceded Waterloo, the days of Napoleon Bonaparte and two exceptional and very different contemporaries: Tsar Alexander I, his friend and enemy, and Joséphine, the love of his life.
Foto Evert Elzinga
On display at Hermitage Amsterdam from 29 November 2014: Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age
The exhibition Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age will open in Hermitage Amsterdam from 29 November 2014 until the end of 2016. The presentation features over thirty group portraits dating from the 17th century. These enormous paintings originate from the Amsterdam Museum and Rijksmuseum and are accompanied by other paintings and objects. Together they illustrate the story of collective citizenship that typifies the Netherlands. These "brothers and sisters" of the Night Watch are unique in the world and rarely seen due to their size. Thanks to a special partnership between the Amsterdam Museum, Rijksmuseum and Hermitage Amsterdam, these masterpieces will be visible to a large international audience.
Left: Nicolaes Eliasz Pickenoy, Civic Guards from the Company of Captain Jan Claesz Vlooswijck, 1642, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, 340 x 527 cm
Right: Jacob Backer, Civic Guards from the Company of Captain Cornelis de Graeff, 1642, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, 367 x 511 cm .
|Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age||Until 2016|
|Alexander, Napoleon & Joséphine||28 March – 8 November 2015|
|Spanish Art||5 December 2015 – 22 May 2016|
© State Hermitage Museum St Petersburg
Recently, a press invitation was sent for the arrival moment of the guests of honour to the opening of the exhibition Alexander, Napoleon & Joséphine. A Story of Friendship, War and Art from the Hermitage on Friday 27 March 2015.
By mistake, we accompanied the message by a wrong picture. The picture did not portray Count Alexandre Colonna-Walewski, but another member of the Walewski family. The Hermitage Amsterdam regrets the mistaken picture use and apologizes for the confusion and inconvenience this may have caused.
Daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed on 27 April (Kingsday) and 25 December (Christmas Day)
Open on 1 January 11 a.m.- 5 p.m.
The Hermitage Amsterdam is located on Amstel 51, Amsterdam
Photo Janiek Dam
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Hermitage Amsterdam would like to thank:
Partner Hermitage for Children
Lost and found
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