Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Kroller Mueller Museum

The Kroller Mueller Museum is located about two hours away from The Hague. Getting there involved two train rides, two bus rides and a bicycle ride through a national park. Good thing the bicycles were free:

The museum is rather eclectically curated, with modern art, post-modern sculptures and byzantine (!) pieces. The museum is also known for housing a hundred or so sketches and paintings by Van Gogh, which are arguably better than those found in the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. His most famous painting is here, and here's a pictures of the stars:

The sculpture garden was fun to take pictures of too:
After the museum closed, L and I cycled around the national park and saw this, the most bizarre landscape in the Netherlands:

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