About National Gallery
National Gallery Color House is one of the most important Galleries in Amersfoort. It locates in Color House which stands in the Beekdal Park (part of Randerbroek park).Color House is one of the artworks by artist Juane Xue and it is well-known for the unique architectural design and its multitude of colors.
National Gallery Color House is a gallery which was built for exhibiting the contemporary art and provides a platform for the contemporary artists to show their artworks to the public. Here is not only a place for audience to appreciate the high-quality of artworks, but more importantly, to open a window for art lovers to learn aesthetics and skills. The gallery invites contemporary artists from around the world and holds large-scale exhibitions twice a year.
The largest part of the permanent collection of National Gallery Color House consists of the paintings of Juane Xue, a Dutch-Chinese painter. Juane Xue (1962) is a very talented and versatile artist with an original style and intense use of color, particularly known for the use of light and shadow in her paintings. The original theme “Abandoned tables” is regarded as a representative work of Xue.
National Gallery Color House has a large collection of Xue’s paintings which is permanently exhibited in the museum.
It is the objective of National Gallery Color House to organize activities in the Color House where the quality of the exhibitions creates a stage / learning place for amateur art and professional realistic art. The attraction for young and old should make National Gallery Color House a household name for the people of Amersfoort and people from outside Amersfoort.