In 25 period rooms on the Lange Vijverberg in The Hague old and new masters met each other for Masterly The Hague. Curator Nicole Uniquole gave the participating designers, photographers and artists a historic painting as a muse. Wilfred Kalf dissected the rich spoils of the hunt by Jan Weenix into theme, texture, colour and composition. The wealth of ‘the good life’ was transformed into a drinks cabinet by Wilfred. He saw two contrasting types of wood in The Hague in the hare’s coat. Looked at with almost closed eyes, the painting has a pallet of colours, which Wilfred emphasised with cotton velvet upholstery in the interior. The diagonal line of ‘light’, a characteristic element in the works by the master painter, inspired the ultimate form for the new work. The cabinet clearly reclines to the left and the door is constructed as a prism.