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Print room

Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen’s print room houses a world-famous collection of circa 18,000 drawings and circa 69,000 prints. Because works on paper are very sensitive to light, they are exhibited only for short periods in changing displays.

The collection is considered one of the finest in the world. It features drawings by German, Dutch, French and Italian masters such as Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Rubens, Dürer and Rembrandt, and modern and contemporary artists from Degas and Cézanne to Yayoi Kusama.

Please note: the Print Room is now situated at the third floor of Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen. The depot will open to the public on 6 November. More information for visitors to the Print Room will follow here shortly. 

Between 2019-2022 the Prints and Drawings Collections will be visible through the programmes Boijmans Next Door and Boijmans Abroad. 

Projects

In the transit period of the museum, ongoing research projects will be continued, such as the collection catalogue of Italian Drawings 1400-1600. Read more about this The Getty Foundation Paper Project.

Giorgione, View of Castel San Zeno, Montagnana, With a Seated Figure in the Foreground, ca. 1507-1510
Giorgione, View of Castel San Zeno, Montagnana, With a Seated Figure in the Foreground, ca. 1507-1510