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Adriaen van Ostade, Der Maier in seiner Werkstatt, 1683. Photo by Hans-Peter Klut. © bpk, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden.

This key period in European history saw the professionalization of the art dealer, and the artist’s transition from craftsperson to visionary.

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Caspar Netscher, "Woman Feeding a Parrot, with a Page" (1666), oil on panel (courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington, the Lee and Juliet Folger Fund)

An art historian, and African Grey owner, delved into the avian symbolism in 'Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting' at the National Gallery of Art.

Rembrandt's Night Watch and The Dutch Golden Age

In this article, Singulart discusses the composition of Rembrandt's The Night Watch and explore the extensive restoration process that has recently begun.

66 Landscape Paintings From World-Famous Painters | Bored Panda

There is much beauty to be found in the world around us. There is so much to enjoy on this Earth, so much to see, yet so much is often left overlooked. From modern towns to wide-open ranges of nothing but nature, landscape painting attempts to capture it all. This style of painting gives a lot of room for creativity to go wild. Landscape paintings can capture a moment for what it is — a passing thing — and create an opportunity to enjoy the view.

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The Significance of the Still Life During the Dutch Golden Age

The skilfully painted still lifes exhibited at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum are a gateway to contemplating the underlying meaning and symbolism in relationship to life during the Dutch Golden Age.

Black in Rembrandt’s time: a myth-shattering exhibition on identity and truth - DutchNews.nl

A new exhibition at the Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam tells the story of the black community in 17th century Dutch society and how the portrayal of black figures in Western art reveals much about attitudes to race. With a keen eye, surprising discoveries can be made in Jacob van der Ulft’s gouache painting The Market in Dam Square, Amsterdam (1653). Amidst all the loading and unloading of goods, trading and gossiping, are a trio of turbaned men from the...

On the Beach, Forte dei Marmi (1913) © Ateneum Art Museum

In honor of Women’s History Month, I’m sharing some women artists who don’t get as much recognition as the male artists from their time.

Dutch Golden Age Explained - DailyArt Magazine

Do you know what exactly the Dutch Golden Age meant and to whom? Does it have any dark sides? Here's the Dutch Golden Age Explained.

Peter Paul Rubens on Twitter: "Super white satin dress on woman at the virginals, but what we want to know is, does the dog care? No, he's here for the music. Painted in 1670 by Jacob Ochtervelt, whose day is today.… https://t.co/vl8ydBEdQI"

“Super white satin dress on woman at the virginals, but what we want to know is, does the dog care? No, he's here for the music. Painted in 1670 by Jacob Ochtervelt, whose day is today.”

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Girl with a Pearl Earring (Dutch: Meisje met de parel) is an oil painting by Dutch Golden Age painter Johannes Vermeer, dated c. 1665. Going by various names over the centuries, it became known by its present title towards the end of the 20th century after the earring worn by the girl portrayed there. The work has been in the collection of the Mauritshuis in The Hague since 1902 and has been the subject of various literary and cinematic treatments.
THE GEOGRAPHER by Johannes Vermeer,  I would like to hang this in my home.
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