At a tram stop at the junction with the Regentesselaan I read a advertisement of 5 exhibitions in The Hague about the painter Isaac Israels, who lived approximately a hundred years ago. Behind the white lettering is a reproduction of one of his best works. Israels was a champion in painting in a expressive style and at the same time he reproduced exactly what he observed. The paintings are exhibited up to 23 September. I’ll definitely go and watch.