The Dutch dunes form a unique landscape that has been a source of inspiration for painters and poets for centuries. From Constantijn Huygens and Jacobs Cats to K. Michel and Bernlef. And from 17th-century masters such as Jan van Goyen and Jacob van Ruysdael to the Hague School and contemporary painters such as Robert Zandvliet. The portrayal of the unique Dutch dunescape in words and images forms the central theme of
Op 't Duin, a exhibition by the Hague Historical Museum.