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Museum Paul Tetar van Elven

Koornmarkt 67, 2611 EC Delft, The Netherlands
+31 15 212 4206
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Lovely little museum

Worth popping into if, like us, you are on your way going through Delft to the port area to try to... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Robin0012016
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London, United Kingdom
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Beautiful house and an interesting story

This museum is one of the fine canal houses in Delft and illustrates the life of Paul Tetar Van... read more

Reviewed 7 December 2016
190Daniel
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Suffolk, United Kingdom
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Koornmarkt 67, 2611 EC Delft, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Worth popping into if, like us, you are on your way going through Delft to the port area to try to see where Vermeer took his inspiration for his 'view of Delft'. The staff are lovely and very knowledgeable about this amateur painter who decided...More

Thank Robin0012016
Reviewed 7 December 2016

This museum is one of the fine canal houses in Delft and illustrates the life of Paul Tetar Van Elven, a 19th Century painter, art dealer and collector, who financed his affluent lifestyle through investment in the railways. Van Elven was an accomplished copyist, who...More

1  Thank 190Daniel
Reviewed 9 October 2016

Relatively small museum with rooms decorated with paintings and furniture from the time. The rooms are very busy (full with stuff). It is a pity that the museum has limited opening times (Tuesday-Sunday 13-17; closed in the morning and on Monday). The staff is friendly...More

Thank WorldTravelOne
Reviewed 30 September 2016

I visited on open monument day and had free entry, and I'm glad I checked it out after riding past it so many times. This place is a really well-preserved house of a TU Delft employee and artist who did many reproductions of famous works....More

1  Thank kate554433
Reviewed 17 May 2016 via mobile

Came across this museum on TripAdvisor 'things to do' Arrived shortly after opening, and were the first visitors of the day, which in a way was fortunate for us. We started looking at the house and reading the information sheets only for the experienced guide...More

Thank Robert R
Reviewed 10 February 2016

I very much enjoyed my visit of this museum. The staff are very friendly and helpful and they went out of their way to explain things. It is an insight into the house and life of a 19thc painter and his wife, with authentic rooms...More

Thank frenchteddywww
Reviewed 22 September 2015

Deft is a Venice in Netherlands and with its culture , paintings and pottery. Indeed, Delft is a museum in open air, but Museum Paul Tetar adds glamour to Delf.

1  Thank MarianaCannechina
Reviewed 13 September 2015

Never heard of it before visiting. So we did during the so called Monumentendagen 2015. A small but very interesting museum. We were introduced by guide to the phenomenum Paul Tetar. Besides going around it is of interest that the foundation still support extreme talents....More

Thank Hans750
Reviewed 7 July 2015

It is the beautifully preserved 18th century Delft house of the artist who lived there for 30 years, complete with furniture, curios, original paintings by the artist and copies of old masters. (No photography or decent printers in those days!) The cost is 5 Euros...More

Thank george5026
Reviewed 20 May 2015

I wouldn't go way out of my way for this one--the paintings are not very special, but the 19th century ambience was pleasant.

Thank burrsearcher
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