Fries Museum

Fries Museum
Two metal frames
€65,00
Fries Museum
Two metal frames
€65,00
Fries Museum
Two metal frames
€55,00
Fries Museum
Asian woodcuts with writings
€65,00
Fries Museum
Asian woodcuts with writings
€35,00
Fries Museum
Asian woodcuts with writings
€50,00
Fries Museum
Two metal frames
€75,00
Fries Museum
Antique bowl
€55,00
Fries Museum
SOLD - Table lamp
Fries Museum
Set serving bowls
€90,00
Fries Museum
Print A View of Keya Grotto, 1981
€60,00
Fries Museum
Asian woodcuts with writings
€40,00
Fries Museum
Candy jar
€50,00
Fries Museum
Asian woodcuts with writings
€50,00
Fries Museum
Asian woodcuts with writings
€55,00
Fries Museum
Asian woodcuts
€55,00
Fries Museum
Asian woodcuts
€50,00
Fries Museum
Westerwald pot
€55,00
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Fries Museum Commemorative cloth Leeuwarden
Fries Museum
Commemorative cloth Leeuwarden
€135,00 €85,00
Fries Museum

The Fries Museum has a rich history. The Provincial Frisian Society to Practice Frisian History, Archaeology and Language was established in 1827. To preserve its objects, the Provincial Frisian Cabinet of Antiquities was founded in 1853. The objects were first exhibited in the Palace of Justice in Leeuwarden and, due to a lack of space, were later moved to a location in the Stadhouderlijk Hof. A successful exhibition in 1877 enabled the purchase of the Eysinga House where the Frisian Museum was opened in 1881. Its new housing, which opened in 2013, is the first entirely newly built Dutch museum of the 21st century. The new construction was kicked off with a very generous donation by the Frisian architect Abe Bonnema. Upon his death, he bequeathed a whopping 18 million euros to the Fries Museum.