Unveiling of portrait of King Willem-Alexander by Kenne Grégoire

In the Stedelijk Museum Kampen, the royal portrait of Willem-Alexander, painted by Kenne Grégoire, has recently been added to the Orange Gallery. The museum's Orange Gallery is unique in the Netherlands. All stadtholders, monarchs and regents since the seventeenth century are depicted there.


The portrait was unveiled by Mayor Bort Koelewijn and Marieke Spliethoff, former curator Paleis Het Loo. Artist Kenne Grégoire has been commissioned to paint the royal portrait of Willem-Alexander. Grégoire has been affiliated with Galerie Mokum since 2000.

April 23, 2016