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Winter Landscape with Ice Skaters

Hendrick Avercamp, c. 1608, painting, SK-A-1718

Hendrick Avercamp turned the winter landscape into a subject in its own right. A typical feature of his early work is the high horizon. This enabled Avercamp to focus on the dozens of figures on the ice. He showed all kinds of uncouth details in this bird’s-eye view, including couples making love…

On display in room 2.6

Banquet at the Crossbowmen’s Guild…

Bartholomeus van der Helst, 1648, painting, SK-C-2

Civic guards were the city’s militia. They were volunteers. In Amsterdam, each district had its own company with its own headquarters. In the 17th century, larger and grander buildings were built. Group portraits of the members lined the walls. In 1648, Van der Helst immortalised this Amsterdam…

On display in room 2.8

The Sick Child

Gabriël Metsu, c. 1664 - c. 1666, painting, SK-A-3059

A worried mother looks at her young daughter, slumped listlessly on her lap. Metsu chose an unusual subject, since depictions of poorly children are rare in 17th-century art. Perhaps he intended the mother to personify charity, Caritas. Then the picture of the Crucifixion on the wall would be a…

Salt-cellar

anonymous, 1618, salt (condiment vessel), BK-1988-15-A

On display in room 2.12

Saint Jerome Reading in an…

Rembrandt van Rijn, c. 1653, print, RP-P-OB-184

The Departure of a Dignitary from…

Adriaen Pietersz. van de Venne, 1615, painting, SK-A-1775

On display in room 2.5

Collar of Linen and Needle Lace

anonymous, c. 1625 - c. 1640, BK-1978-462

Princes Maurice and Frederick Henry…

Adriaen Pietersz. van de Venne, 1618, painting, SK-A-676

On display in room 2.5

Zelfportret van David Bailly

David Bailly, 1626, drawing, RP-T-1913-11

Portrait of Shah Jahan

anonymous, anonymous (rejected attribution), c. 1630 - c. 1650, sculpture, AK-NM-12249