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JDP8920705-0403s

Netherlands, Hoenderloo. Sculpture garden of the Kröller-Muller Museum. Helena Kruller was an art-collector. Her husband Anton Kröller founded National Park De Hoge Veluwe, in which the museum, named after Helena Kröller-Muller, is situated. In the front the sculpture ' Brick Road' by P.A.M. Siegers. The red sculpture in the back is 'K-piece' (1972) by Mark di Suvero.

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Veluwe Nationaal Park
Netherlands, Hoenderloo. Sculpture garden of the Kröller-Muller Museum. Helena Kruller was an art-collector. Her husband Anton Kröller founded National Park De Hoge Veluwe, in which the museum, named after Helena Kröller-Muller, is situated. In the front the sculpture  ' Brick Road' by P.A.M. Siegers. The red sculpture in the back is 'K-piece' (1972) by Mark di Suvero.