H.R.H. Princess Maxima of the Netherlands has been so busy as of late that it is hard to keep up with all her daily activities. Any way… on Tuesday, October 4, 2011, the princess attended the 10th Annual MBO Gala in Amsterdam. During the event the soon-to-be Queen of the Netherlands presented a check to one of the winners for being incredibly brilliant and slightly good-looking. Click here to view photos.
Moving on… 🙂
On October 5, Princess Maxima was in Utrecht to attend the opening of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) European headquarters. Click here to view photos.
Tomorrow, the princess will be in Rome, Italy to attend the opening of the L’Armonia Perfetta (Perfect Harmony) exhibition at the Complesso de Vittoriano. This exhibit displays the works by Mondrian and Dutch contemporaries and:
… shows the development process of Mondrian (1872-1944). The famous and lesser known works range from strictly figurative (landscapes) through symbolism, cubism and abstract to the famous planes in primary colors. This trend is illustrated with works by other Dutch artists, predecessors and contemporaries, by whom Mondrian was inspired, like Jacoba van Heemskerk, Jan Toorop and Bart van der Leck.
Photo courtesy of: Koninklijkhuis