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America as you've never seen it before: the Dutch settlement of New York from the Native American perspective

An exhibition at the Amsterdam Museum in the Netherlands marks 400 years since the colonisation of the city at the mouth of the Hudson River

Visitors to Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam hit by fake ticket scam

An imitation website has been phishing for credit card details

Vermeer vs Pokémon: the double-edged sword of the blockbuster exhibition

Shows at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum were huge hits last year but managing visitors—and staff—proved challenging

Dramatic turn: how the theatre was integral to Rembrandt’s art

A new exhibition in Amsterdam explores how the Old Master's paintings and drawings were inspired and informed by the art of acting

Netherlands to open museum telling ‘the whole story’ of nation’s links to slavery

The National Museum of Slavery, due to open in 2030, is part of an ongoing process being undertaken by the Dutch state to investigate the repercussions of its colonial past

‘Culture is fragile’: Dutch art world figures express concerns for future under potential coalition government

Directors of leading institutions in the country warn of the damage that budget cuts and a scaling back on international collaboration could do to the sector

Revealed: the damp-proof lead layer protecting Rembrandt’s The Night Watch

Scientists discovered extra seam during Operation Night Watch conservation project at the Rijksmuseum

Life in miniature: rediscovered Rembrandt portraits, thought to be the artist’s smallest, go on show at Rijksmuseum

Pair of paintings of a husband and wife were recently formally attributed to the Old Master by the Dutch museum

Six paintings stolen from a Dutch town hall left on art detective's doorstep

Arthur Brand, who helped to recover a Van Gogh painting last month, says he was watching a "boring football game" when the surprising delivery was made

Dutch museum looted by Napoleon does not seek restitution

An exhibition at the Mauritshuis in The Hague has revealed that the Dutch are still missing 67 paintings looted by the French in Napoleonic times

Mauritshuis show looks to find a future for objects with a dubious past

Loot—Ten Stories, opening this week, explores new ways to represent looted objects after they have been repatriated

Netherlands to repatriate nearly 500 looted objects to Indonesia and Sri Lanka

The Rijksmuseum will return six colonial artefacts, for the first time in its history

Hermitage Amsterdam gets new name and three new museum partners

The museum, which broke ties with the St Petersburg museum after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, will now be known as H’art

Egypt cancels Dutch museum's dig licence for exhibition exploring Black culture

The show tracks the influence of ancient Egypt on musicians such as Beyoncé, Miles Davis and Fela Kuti, however, the country's tourism and antiquities ministry has accused the curators of "Afrocentrism"

Rijksmuseum unveils Richard Long exhibition thanks to biggest-ever donation

Dutch museum has received €12.5m gift to help support free-of-charge, sculptural exhibitions in the gardens

Dutch exhibition on Black culture and ancient Egypt faces social media backlash

The National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden has reportedly been criticised for “portraying Tutankhamun as Black”

What was the secret of 17th-century Dutch art? It began in Belgium

A new exhibition in Utrecht looks at the role of Antwerp in the development of painting in Holland