Dolls’ house of Petronella Oortman

anonymous, c. 1686 - c. 1710, furniture, BK-NM-1010

The exterior of this dolls house is a work of art in its own right, with its mother-of-pearl and pewter veneer. The owners’ initials - Petronella Oortman and her husband Johannes Brandt, a cloth merchant in Amsterdam - are inlaid on both sides. Remarkably, all the domestic furnishings were made…

On display in room 2.20

Portrait of Andries de Graeff

Artus Quellinus (I), 1661, bust, BK-18305

The De Graeffs were one of the leading merchant families of Amsterdam and highly influential. Like his father and brother, Andries was also a burgomaster. The superb bust was carved by Quellinus, who had been brought from Antwerp to Amsterdam to create sculptures for the new town hall. The plinth…

On display in room 2.18

Tabletop

Dirk van Rijswijck, c. 1650 - c. 1660, furniture, BK-NM-1916

On display in room 2.19

Portrait of Johannes Munter

Bartholomeus Eggers, 1673, BK-KOG-1457

On display in room 2.18

Portrait of Cornelis Apostool

Paulus Joseph Gabriël, c. 1817, BK-B-12

On display in room 1.12

Cornelis de Graeff and Catharina…

Artus Quellinus (I), 1660, BK-KOG-1458-A

On display in room 2.18

An Amsterdam Burgomaster (?)

Bartholomeus Eggers (attributed to), 1667, BK-1953-15

On display in room 2.32

Dressing table

Carel Breytspraak, c. 1808 - c. 1810, BK-BR-589-B

On display in room 1.12

Paneel met ingelegde voorstelling…

Dirk van Rijswijck, 1659, panel, BK-16468

On display in room 2.19

Cornelis de Graeff and Catharina…

Artus Quellinus (I), 1660, BK-KOG-1458-B

On display in room 2.18