Opened in 2014, the museum promotes talent from the local area and is currently hosting the captivating exhibition Jos Lussenburg, markant palet (Jos Lussenburg, striking palette). With over 100 paintings, the exhibition shows the full breadth of Lussenburg’s portfolio, ranging from rough seascapes to striking portraits and peaceful nature scenes. “Lussenburg’s impressionist style has a passionate, expressionist quality to it. The exhibition shows a great variety of works, including tranquil rural scenes as well as themed paintings inspired by Beethoven,” explains curator Margot Jongedijk.