Major movements in art history represented in this exhibit include Symbolism, Neo-Impressionism and Cubism. More than eighty artworks by such renowned artists as Seurat, Juan Gris, and Fernand Léger are presented. Among the highlights are Picassos Standing Nude (1908), Van Goghs Cafe Terrace at Night (1888) and Seurats Sunday, Port-en-Bessin (1888). The exhibition includes furniture by H.P. Berlage and a stained glass window designed by Bart van der Leck. Also featured are architectural drawings by Mies van der Rohe, Berlage and Van der Velde, three of the architects involved in the planning and designing of the Kröller-Müller Museum.
The Kröller-Müller Museum houses one of the worlds largest collections of paintings and drawings by Vincent Van Gogh. Twenty-two of these works, many never previously exhibited outside of Europe, are on display. Piet Mondrian was another favourite of Helene Kröller-Müller. A collection of Mondrians drawings dating between 1912-19 document a period of striking evolution for this artist. After making its debut in Seattle, the exhibit will travel to the High Museum in Atlanta, Georgia, the only other venue in the North America. A full-colour catalogue accompanies the exhibit.