This museum holds an iconic painting by a famous Hague painter, Mesdag. It won’t take long but it will surprise you as it’s not your normal painting. Must see if you are coming to visit.
Mesdag's Panoramic painting of Scheveningen gives every visitor of The Hague a unique and unforgettable experience. It is the way to go back in time and relive 19th century Scheveningen.
Mesdag was an excellent painter. He painted a panorama of scheveningen (the beach) which is housed in a purpose-built museum in The Hague. The panorama is a cylindrical painting (also known as a Cyclorama) more than 14 metres high and about 40 metres in diameter (120 metres in circumference). From…
This magical, monumental painting of astonishing charm and beauty is the oldest panorama still on its original site. Look 360º around you and experience the magical optical illusion created by this panorama of Scheveningen from 1881. The view is never the same: the incidence of light is more than…
The Hague always has attracted painters because of the crisp and intense light. The so-called Haagse School introduced many famous painters to the world, one of them Hendrik Willem Mesdag who created this 120 meter long panoramic painting of the Scheveningen coastline in 1881. Its one of the very…
Must see - the world's largest (and most beautiful) panorama painting. It's like being on the beach while being inside a room, strange!
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