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This museum is unique in how it brings knowledge of Mondriaans' life to the visitor. It is accessible and easy to understand and yet is higher quality material than one would imagine for the size of the museum. This museum is not to be missed...More
This is a really well put together small museum. The video at the beginning is really well done and it sets the mood of the rest of the displays. For someone who is interested in Mondriaan this is a must see.
When travelling in Holland in 2016, I noted that the country would have a large scale celebration of the 100th anniversary of de Stijl in 2017, with special exhibitions/programmes/activities. So I decided to travel to Holland again and check some of them out.
The museum is friendly and makes the best it can without having a large collection of his work. There is a display of his early pictures - which is interesting to see how is work developed. There are two audio visual presentations - one showing...More
It was interesting to visit the museum to learn more about Mondriaan's early life. It is a well laid out museum. A pity though that there were not any more paintings or copies of paintings even from his later years.
There are many reviews on Tripadvisor praising Mondriaanhuis. I, however, found the place wanting. I wanted to know what drove his art, what drove De Stijl. I found nothing here to inform me. The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam shows how such enlightenment can be...More
It is worth to visit if you are interested in Mondrian, the planning of exhibition and whole building is nice. and some small gift in museum shop. Bit far from station, we could walk to with baby in stroller. There is cafe in the building....More
If you are a Mondrian fan, then you will enjoy the house where he was born and
the amount of information and exhibits stuffed into this house. There are also 2 wonderful all-singing-all-dancing electronic exhibits showing the Mondrian primary colours and straight lines. All over...More