De Passie van Pieck

1 Feb 2023 - 7 Jan 2024

Discover how Anton Pieck blossomed into one of the most versatile artists in the Netherlands. Pieck is best known for his romantic drawings and his fairy tales for De Efteling. In the exhibition "The Passion of Pieck" you will see step by step Pieck's artistic process. Through the interactive museum tour, you will learn all the details about his work and the techniques used. The exhibition can be seen at the Anton Pieck museum in Hanseatic town Hattem until January 7, 2024.

The overwhelming amount of drawings prove it: Pieck had a tremendous passion for capturing his imagination and what he observed in the places he visited.

In the new exhibition "The Passion of Pieck" we show how Pieck already impressed at the age of 10 with brilliant watercolors and drawings and how he developed into one of the most versatile artists of our country. People who knew him remember:


1 Feb - 7 Jan 2024
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Anton Pieck Museum

Anton Pieck was very prolific and loved to draw all day.

He made many drawings early in his career, which he later developed into graphic prints, watercolors and oil paintings. In the exhibition you can see how he worked; from sketch to preliminary study to final design. With a magnifying glass you can discover the smallest details in his works. There is also the very last calendar plate he was still working on when he died in his sleep at the age of 92. An interactive museum tour further explains the techniques he used and provides even more information about the man and his works. On several screens, the Anton Pieck Image Bank can be consulted where all kinds of images can be seen with more explanation attached. The frivolous calendar plates, impressive travel drawings, brilliant etchings, intriguing book illustrations and finely crafted oil paintings complete the Anton Pieck experience.

On view from February 1, 2023 through January 7, 2024.