MUSEUM DE BUITENPLAATS IN EELDE
Enter for a moment a surprisingly different world: that of Museum De Buitenplaats in Eelde. The museum was opened in 1996 by her majesty the queen. The building itself is worth seeing. It is a much discussed example of organic architecture. Cemented walls alternate with neatly piled retaining walls planted with creepers. Flowering roof gardens and colorful borders change into green "outdoor rooms". The walls of these rooms consist of clipped beech and yew bushes. The museum pavilion and the museum garden as it where frame the exhibitions and podium events. The exhibitions focus on contemporary figurative art, in conjunction with art with other emphases, other countries and other times. In the midst of all this one can enjoy other expressive art forms: from chamber music to complete opera's, from poetry to salsa. Next to the museum is the "Nijsinghhuis". This state monument from 1654 frequently opens its door to the public. The house has been made very attractive with many interior wallpaintings by Matthijs Röling, Wout Muller, Peter Pander, Olga Wiese and Clary Mastenbroek. The owner and occupier of the house is Jos van Groeningen. Together with his wife Janneke van Groeningen Hazewinkel (died 2007) they founded the museum.
EXHIBITION 10 december 2016 - 19 march 2017: Albert Moore. Of Beauty and Aesthetics.
Organized by Museum De Buitenplaats at Eelde in conjunction with the York Art Gallery, York, this exhibition is entirely dedicated to the oeuvre of the painter Albert Joseph Moore (1841-1893). It is the first time since Moore’s death in 1893 that a museum - notably outside Great Britain– organizes a monographic exhibition about the work of this artist. Not only does the show provide insight into his artistic development, it also focuses on the artist’s aesthetic approach, which may be described as ‘art for art’s sake’.
Moore achieved particular renown for his neo-classical paintings of beautiful women, but the exhibition also shows that the artist displayed a thoroughly modern outlook on art, which was not always fully appreciated by his contemporaries. When it comes to throwing an optimum light on Moore’s oeuvre, it is important to place his work in the context of other artists of the period. As Albert Moore grew up in an artistic family, we have decided to include a selection of works by members of the family.
The garden of museum "de Buitenplaats" was designed by Copijn (Utrecht) and Janneke van Groeningen-Hazewinkel in mutual cooperation. It has been open to the public since the summer of 2000. The garden has an organic part and a formal part. The organic part is consistent with the architecture of the museum pavilion and extends onto the roof of the museum pavilion. The sculpture garden is also located here. Behind the Nijsinghhuis is the more formal geometric garden with a mirroring pond, apple orchard and spectacular borders with flowers. This part also has the serpentine wall with roses and grapes. Visual lines with water conduits and borders connect both gardens. The many clipped holly, beech and yew bushes create a fresh looking "green architecture" that also offers outside the flower season an aesthetic experience. The garden always has sculpture show.
This beautifully restored 17th century state monument was the starting point for museum "de Buitenplaats". Over time a number of spaces in the Nijsinghhuis have been painted by figurative working artists. In 1983 Mathijs Röling started with the "blue room". After that he did the library and the entry walls. He already had painted together with Wout Muller a circular sky with stars. Wout Muller created an "erotic cabinet". The windows of this small room give a view of the garden. Garden scenes are also the background on the erotic panels. Peter Pander painted a wall in the former stable and upstairs Clary mastenbroek and Olga Wiese each did a room.
Are you looking for a stylish environment for a wedding, a lecture or any other event, the orangerie is very appropriate for any of these. Since 2009 the orangerie is also the wedding location for the municipality of Tynaarlo. Starting in the 17th century many important houses had an orangerie in which plants could survive the winter. Over time these small and stylish buildings became a fashion. Not only plants, but also guests felt home in them. Around 1890 many important houses acquired a small orangerie attached to the house : he conservatory. The orangerie can seat 20 people. When the weather is good there is plenty of room for more guests. The orangerie is an inspiring environment for a variety of plans and we can offer you a program that fits your needs.
In our museum cafe one can enjoy a cup of coffee or tea with a piece of our home made pastries. These are made fresh and are made with real butter. Many people return for our apple-crumble or walnut-honey pastry. We also serve a light lunch.
The museum shop has been further expanded in order to offer a wide assortment of art presents. Besides a varied amount of art and garden books there is also a wide variety in art cards for every occasion.
OPENING TIMES MUSEUM & GARDEN:
Tuesdays to Sundays from 11.00 to 17.00 a' clock and on Easter and Whit Monday.
The museum is closed on Christmas Day and New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
During the summer months, the museum hosts an exhibition of sculpture garden.
ADDRESS AND CONTACT:
9761 EK Eelde
+31 (0)50 30 95 818
Please note in connection with the concerts on Sunday afternoon (approximately 14:00 to 15:00 a' clock) that shortly before the performance it will be decided if the concert will take place in the museum or on the outdoor stage.
When the concert will be held in the museum hall, the exhibition is not open to visitors during this time.
|Children aged 13 years and over||10.00 EUR|
|Children under 12 years||Free|
|Concessions (disabled)*||4.50 EUR|
|Holders of a "Friends of the Museum"card ("vriendenkaart")||Admission free|
|Group rates - for groups of 10 or 10% discount per person||8.10 EUR|
|Guide tours - Museum or the Museum Garden (10 participants)||2.00 EUR|
|Guided tour Nijsinghhuis||9.00 EUR|
|Passe Partout both Museum and Nijsinghhuis||15.00 EUR|
* Parts of the museum and the garden are not accessible with a wheelchair. But most areas are accessible.