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Gemeentemuseum Den HaagThe last Mondrian in a modernist palace

The Gemeentemuseum Den Haag (English: Municipal Museum) is an art museum in The Hague in the Netherlands. The museum, built 1931–1935, was designed by the Dutch architect H.P. Berlage. It is renowned for its large Mondrian collection, the largest in the world. His last work, Victory Boogie-Woogie, is on display here.

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Study of the head of a young woman in profile

Matthijs Maris, 1855

Self-portrait with hat and veil

Paula Modersohn-Becker, 1906-1907

Devotion

Piet Mondrian, 1908

Woods Near Oele

Piet Mondrian, 1908

Molen Mill in Sunlight

Piet Mondrian, 1908

Dune 3

Piet Mondrian, 1909

Dune 1

Piet Mondrian, 1909

Dune 2

Piet Mondrian, 1909

The Red Tree

Piet Mondrian, 1908-1910

Church Tower in Zeeland

Piet Mondrian, 1911

Gray Tree

Piet Mondrian, 1911

Still Life with Ginger Jar 1

Piet Mondrian, 1912

Still Life with Ginger Jar 2

Piet Mondrian, 1912

Female Figure

Piet Mondrian, 1911-1912

Nude

Piet Mondrian, 1911-1912

Composition No. 3

Piet Mondrian, 1912-1913

Composition No. 6

Piet Mondrian, 1914

Portrait of Edith, The Artist's Wife

Egon Schiele, 1915

The Cardplayers

Theo van Doesburg, 1916-1917

The Enchanted Castle

Matthijs Maris, 1851-1917

Victory Boogie Woogie

Piet Mondrian, 1943-1944

Jackie Curtis and Ritta Redd

Alice Neel, 1970

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