The Golden Age: 17th-Century Dutch Painting

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The great period of prosperity known as the Dutch Golden Age has its roots in the Eighty Years’ War, or the Dutch War of Independence.

At a time when royalty, the nobility and the Church were the major patrons of art throughout Europe, in the new Dutch Republic

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The great period of prosperity known as the Dutch Golden Age has its roots in the Eighty Years’ War, or the Dutch War of Independence.

At a time when royalty, the nobility and the Church were the major patrons of art throughout Europe, in the new Dutch Republic

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van Dyck

van Dyck

van Dyck

van Dyck

van Dyck

van Dyck

van Dyck

van Dyck

van Dyck

van Dyck

van Dyck

van Dyck

van Dyck

van Dyck

The Dutch Republic of the 17th century enjoyed a period of unprecedented wealth and prosperity that became known as the Dutch Golden Age. Along with the economy, the arts flourished in the small European nation, revolutionizing the way art was made – and for whom. The Golden Age: 17th-Century Dutch Art presents a glimpse into this rich and intriguing era in the history of art through an exploration of the unparalleled riches and cultural confidence of the age.

Pieter Brueghel the Younger

Pieter Brueghel the Younger

Peter Paul Rubens

Anthony van Dyck

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Govert Dircksz Camphuysent

Rembrandt Harmensz Van Rijn

Rembrandt Harmensz Van Rijn

Rembrandt Harmensz Van Rijn

Johannes Spilberg the Younger

Jan van Bijlert

Abraham Bisschop

Michiel van Mierevelt

Jan Brueghel the Younger

Pieter Claesz Soutman

Jan Brueghel the Younger

Pieter Brueghel the Younger

The Golden Age:
17th-Century 

Dutch Painting

FACE TO FACE: THE ART OF THE PORTRAIT BUST

VICE & VIRTURE: AN EXHBITION OF SEX, SAINTS & SIN

The Golden Age:
17th-Century 
Dutch Painting

The Golden Age: 17th-Century Dutch Painting

A VIRTUAL EXHIBITION

The Dutch Republic of the 17th century enjoyed a period of unprecedented wealth and prosperity that became known as the Dutch Golden Age. Along with the economy, the arts flourished in the small European nation, revolutionizing the way art was made – and for whom. The Golden Age: 17th-Century Dutch Art presents a glimpse into this rich and intriguing era in the history of art through an exploration of the unparalleled riches and cultural confidence of the age.

The Golden Age:
17th-Century 

Dutch Painting

The Golden Age:
17th-Century 
Dutch Painting

A VIRTUAL EXHIBITION

DISCOVER MOREDISCOVER MORE

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