The museum has sought to trace all holders of copyrights on the works of art shown in the photographs. Should you nevertheless come across unauthorized images of a work on which you hold copyright, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use of images
Images of objects in our collection are available free of charge for non-commercial uses such as research, teaching, inclusion in non-profit publications, publication on personal websites, etc. However, charges are made for use of such images in commercial publications, media products or merchandise for e.g. business or other gifts.
To obtain an image, please contact our Documentation Department via email@example.com.
Conditions of use:
* Images must always be accompanied by the correct credit lines, as supplied by the Documentation Department together with the material;
* Where works of art are subject to copyright, the relevant rights must be observed.
The Kunstmuseum Den Haag manages a collection of 160,000 objects. Some of these objects are subject to copyright.
The Kunstmuseum has sought to trace all holders of copyrights on the works of art reproduced in the photographic images in its online collection. Should you nevertheless come across unauthorized online images of a work on which you hold copyright, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are given or purchase a photograph of an object in the collection of the Kunstmuseum, responsibility for copyright compliance rests with you. Where images are published by third parties, the Kunstmuseum declines all liability in case of claims by rights holders.
Many artists in the Netherlands are registered with Pictoright. The Pictoright agency acts on their behalf in the issue of licences for the publication and reproduction of their work. Click here for a list of artists registered with Pictoright. For advice, contact Pictoright.