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English: The Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis is a museum in The Hague. The palace was built in the 17th century as personal residence by German prince Johan Maurits of Nassau-Siegen after he came home from Brazil where he had been governor of Dutch Brazil. The Mauritshuis was designed by the dutch architect Jacob van Campen. Just a few years later Johan Maurits moved out, since he was appointed by the Brandenburg king Frederic Wilhelm to become governor of Cleves.
Nederlands: Het Koninklijk Kabinet van Schilderijen Mauritshuis is een museum in Den Haag.


Main building[edit]

Main category: Mauritshuis

Galerij Prins Willem V[edit]

Main category: Galerij Prins Willem V
The numbers accompanying the images below refer to the inventory number of each work. Numbers that are crossed out indicate that the work concerned is on loan or is no longer part of the collection.
* indicates that the ownership of the work has been conveyed to a different institution
^ indicates works that are on loan to a different institution
x indicates works that have been restituted to their rightful owner
indicates works that have been lost



Category: History of the Mauritshuis