The Paul Tétar van Elven museum Is housed in a 16th century canal house. The house was inhabited by the Dutch painter, collector and teacher Paul Tetar van Elven in the period from 1864 to 1894. The property still has the well-preserved 19th century authentic interior, including Delft pottery, oriental porcelain and antique furniture. The museum exhibits part of the Paul Tétar van Elven collection, including many portraits, history paintings and copies of old masters.
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