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Current exhibitions

Discover the international art of lithography!

In addition to the permanent collection, the Dutch Museum of Lithography regularly highlights a special artist or a specific theme with a new exhibition.

From November 11 until May 12 2024, the exhibition ‘POINT. Pointillism. Pop-art. Pixel.’ is on display!

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Pointillism. Pop-art. Pixel.

November 11 until May 12 2024

Sometimes a single dot can reveal a story in which color, technology and art come together. In the exhibition POINT. Pointillism. Pop-Art. Pixel. this humble dot takes the center stage. Over the past 150 years, artists have drawn inspiration from new techniques such as chromolithography, in which an image is constructed from small, colored dots. The technique made it possible to distribute color images on a large scale. Discover how the dot has had an impressive impact on the work of artists such as Leo Gestel, Paul Signac, Roy Lichtenstein, Yayoi Kusama and Andy Warhol.


Various special activities are organized around the exhibition, such as lectures and guided tours. Keep an eye on our calendar for up-to-date information!


The exhibition is made possible by the Mondrian Funds, stichting Zabawas, De Gijselaar-Hintzen Funds, stichting Gifted Art and the municipality Valkenswaard.

200 years of lithography

The amazing world of lithography

Permanent exhibition

The Dutch Museum of Lithography is the only museum in the world on the art of stone printing and lithography. Since 2001, the museum has been responsible for the preservation of this graphic heritage. This is partly due to the impressive collection assembled by the museum’s founder, Peter-Louis Vrijdag M Sc.

The museum collection of the Dutch Museum of Lithography includes book illustrations, cartography, advertising posters and lithography by famous artists such as Alphonse Mucha, Pablo Picasso, Francis Bacon, Kees van Dongen en Jan Sluijters, but also playing cards, labels, postcards, prints, caricatures and (satirical) magazines.

We would also like you to discover how lithography has developed into today’s world of mass image communication. From the first hand presses and the immense speed presses of the 19th and 20th centuries, to today’s microchip technology.

Come and visit our museum and workshop, and experience the art and technique of lithography yourself!


Organising a company outing?

Special arrangements for groups and guided tours can be discussed (also outside of regular opening hours).

Please contact our office by phone: +31 (0)40 204 98 41 or by e-mail: Office hours: Tuesday to Friday, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Visit the museum at home

Visit the online exhibition of Alphonse Mucha, the undisputed master of art nouveau!

Alphonse Mucha

Master of art nouveau

Virtual tour

Around 1900, artist Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939) created his own style in cosmopolitan Paris. Le Style Mucha became synonymous with French art nouveau.

His first innovative 1894 lithograph for the play Gismonda, starring Parisian theatre star actress Sarah Bernhardt, made Mucha instantly famous. His lithographs with graceful lines, fresh pastel tones and lush motifs of sensual, melancholy women grew to become icons of the fin de siècle.

A retrospective of his magnificent lithographic work was on display at the Dutch Museum of Lithography between 21 March 2020 and 10 January 2021, and is still to be visited virtually!

Virtual museum tour

Did you miss the exhibition about Alphonse Mucha, or would you like to look at all the artworks again at your leisure? Then take a digital stroll through this special exhibition in the Dutch Museum of Lithography!



Explore the world of stone printing at the Dutch Museum of Lithography! Plan your visit and book your tickets online.

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