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Jacob Ernst Marcus | Portret van Johannes Kinker, Jacob Ernst Marcus, Johannes Immerzeel, 1825 |

Jacob Ernst Marcus | Portret van Johannes Kinker, Jacob Ernst Marcus, Johannes Immerzeel, 1825 |

William II, Prince of Orange (eventually King of England) (1626-1650), and his wife Princess/Queen of England, Mary Stuart  (Mary II) (1631-1660), The two were cousins - he was 10 years older than she. Troubled by asthma, he was a small & sickly person all of his life. by Anthony van Dyck, 1641. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

Anthony van Dyck: William II, Prince of Orange and Princess Henrietta Mary Stuart, daughter of Charles I of England, 1641

Suburbs of Paris - Vincent van Gogh - Vase with Daisies and Anemones, 1887  Gallery: Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo, Netherlands

Shop Vase with Daisies & Anemones Van Gogh Fine Art Poster created by masterpiecesofart.

Jan van Huysum 'Still Life with Flowers and Fruit' (detail with tulip)

'Still Life w/ Flowers & Fruit' (detail with tulip) -- Jan van Huysum -- Dutch -- Oil on panel -- Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Bronze mask coated with silver, Roman, 100-75 AD. The mask has a hinge at the top, it was meant to cover the entire face but could be held up for better vision or fresh air. Found in The Netherlands, Nijmegen. Source: Rijksmuseum van Oudheden

Bronze mask coated with silver The mask has a hinge at the top, it was meant to cover the entire face but could be held up for better vision or fresh air It is high Roman, 100 - 75 AD Found in The Netherlands, Nijmegen Source: Rijksmuseum van Oudheden

Bartholomeus van der Helst, Company of Captain Roelof Bicker and Lieutenant J, 1639, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Bartholomeus van der Helst, Company of Captain Roelof Bicker and Lieutenant J, 1639, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, 'Self-portrait as the apostle Paul', 1661, Rijksmuseum, De Bruijn-van der Leeuw Bequest, Muri, Switzerland.

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, 'Self-portrait as the apostle Paul', 1661, Rijksmuseum, De Bruijn-van der Leeuw Bequest, Muri, Switzerland.

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 gold lace and Maria is wearing a profusion of pearls. Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, 1639

Portrait of a woman, possibly Maria Trip, by Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, 1639 (Rijksmuseum, the Netherlands).

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