ⓘ Lange Voorhout 62

                                     

ⓘ Lange Voorhout 62

The building was owned by Gerard Hoet II, the son of the decorative painter Gerard Hoet. He commissioned the paintings in the salon by the Hague painter P.C. la Fargue. After he died the house was sold to Adriaan Senn van Basel, who had it remodeled in neoclassical style.

                                     
  • Hoet II was an amateur painter and art collector who lived on the Lange Voorhout 62 Hoet was a source for Houbraken, specifically for his list of the
  • Keizersgracht into a chic boulevard without water, following the example of Lange Voorhout in The Hague. This was abandoned for a number of reasons: It was expected