Frans Hals Museum (Q574961)

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joint museum with a modern and a 17th century painting collection in Haarlem, The Netherlands
  • Haarlem Frans Halsmuseum
  • Frans Halsmuseum
  • Frans Hals Museum | De Hallen Haarlem
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Frans Hals Museum
joint museum with a modern and a 17th century painting collection in Haarlem, The Netherlands
  • Haarlem Frans Halsmuseum
  • Frans Halsmuseum
  • Frans Hals Museum | De Hallen Haarlem

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Frans Hals Museum (Dutch)
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52°22'36"N, 4°38'0"E
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52°22'35.792"N, 4°38'0.953"E
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2011RD
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Banquet scene with musicians and shuffle board players in an interior (1628) by Dirck Franchoisz Hals and Dirck van Delen, which has been at the Frans Hals Museum in Haarlem, the Netherlands; and Still life with glass, glass stand and musical instruments (1665-70) by Jan Davidsz. de Heem, which has been at the Centraal Museum in Utrecht, will be returned to the descendants of Holocaust survivor Jacob Lierens.Lierens and his wife, who were Jewish, were imprisoned in a concentration camp for a period during the war, but brokered their release with a large cash payment, after which they went into hiding, financed by the sale of their possessions. They survived the war, but one of their daughters was murdered in Auschwitz, as was her husband. (English)
Frans Hals Museum
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