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Portrait of a Woman, Possibly Maria…

Rembrandt van Rijn, 1639, painting, SK-C-597

Maria Trip, daughter of one of Amsterdam’s wealthiest merchants, was twenty when Rembrandt painted her portrait. The artist placed Maria against a stone arch and devoted particular attention to the reflected light, the fashionable dress and jewellery. The costly garments are trimmed with strips of…

On display in room 2.8

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

Princes Maurice and Frederick Henry…

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

On display in room 2.5

Boatmen Moored on the Shore of an…

Adam Pijnacker, 1650 - 1670, painting, SK-A-321

On display in room 2.17

Venus and Adonis

Ferdinand Bol, c. 1658, painting, SK-A-4823

Figures before a Village Inn

Cornelis Saftleven, 1642, painting, SK-A-715

On display in room 2.13

A Woman Mounts her Robber’s Horse,…

Sebastiaen Vrancx, c. 1635, painting, SK-A-1637

Hieronymus Josephus Boudaen, Lord…

Johan George Collasius, 1700 - 1750, painting, SK-A-2105

Portrait of Johannes van Rees…

Willem Jansz. Ploy (attributed to), 1663, painting, SK-A-809

Landscape with Figures and a…

Adriaen Pietersz. van de Venne, 1615, painting, SK-A-1767