Under the spell of the sea
Dutch marine painting of the Golden Age. The Inder Rieden Collection at Museum Bredius.
From 10 December 2019, Museum Bredius in The Hague will be exhibiting 67 marine paintings from the collection of Anthony Inder Rieden.
The Inder Rieden Collection is one of the largest private collections of 17th-century marine paintings in the world. River, shore, beach and seascapes, as well as naval battles and ship portraits, offer a magnificent overview of the Dutch Golden Age on the water. The painters include all the great Dutch marine artists: Van de Velde, De Vlieger, Van Goyen, Storck, Verbeeck, Backhuysen and of course Vroom.
The Inder Rieden Collection is located in London – it has never before left Great Britain and will be exclusively on view for a period of three months at Museum Bredius in The Hague from December. A four-part scientific-based catalogue that is the result of 14 years of art historic research will be published to accompany the exhibition. Of particular note, a meteorologist has examined the entire collection for the weather and climate conditions depicted in the paintings for the catalogue.