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Romeyn de Hooghe | Illustratie voor 'Den Arbeid van Mars' van Allain Manesson Mallet, Romeyn de Hooghe, 1672 | Grondplan voor een vesting, fort of versterking (zeshoek). Daaronder een gevecht tussen ruiters op een brug. In de hoek rechtsboven het cijfer 11 (= het nummer van de pagina in het boek waartegenover de illustratie geplaatst is).

Romeyn de Hooghe | Illustratie voor 'Den Arbeid van Mars' van Allain Manesson Mallet, Romeyn de Hooghe, 1672 | Grondplan voor een vesting, fort of versterking (zeshoek). Daaronder een gevecht tussen ruiters op een brug. In de hoek rechtsboven het cijfer 11 (= het nummer van de pagina in het boek waartegenover de illustratie geplaatst is).

Vietmanese matchlock, octagonal barrel and a strong downward curved slender stock, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam).), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. rijksmuseum

Vietmanese matchlock, octagonal barrel and a strong downward curved slender stock, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam).), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. rijksmuseum

Vietmanese matchlock, octagonal barrel and a strong downward curved slender stock, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam).), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. rijksmuseum

Vietmanese matchlock, octagonal barrel and a strong downward curved slender stock, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam).), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. rijksmuseum

Vietmanese matchlocks, octagonal barrels and strong downward curved slender stocks, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam).), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. Rijksmuseum.

Vietmanese matchlocks, octagonal barrels and strong downward curved slender stocks, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam).), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. Rijksmuseum.

Amsterdam central station, designed by Pierre Cuypers, on a beautiful morning. The building shows a strong similarity with the Rijksmuseum, also designed by Cuijpers. Both worth a visit, with Holland Pass you get "prefered partner entrance"at Rijkmuseum  #holland #amsterdam #rijksmuseum #hollandpass

Amsterdam central station, designed by Pierre Cuypers, on a beautiful morning. The building shows a strong similarity with the Rijksmuseum, also designed by Cuijpers. Both worth a visit, with Holland Pass you get "prefered partner entrance"at Rijkmuseum #holland #amsterdam #rijksmuseum #hollandpass

Vietmanese matchlocks with matching red covers, octagonal barresl and strong downward curved slender stocks, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. Rijksmuseum.

Vietmanese matchlocks with matching red covers, octagonal barresl and strong downward curved slender stocks, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. Rijksmuseum.

German scientists discovered the ingredients of Chinese porcelain in the 18th century. Elector August the Strong was such a fan of this hard, translucent white material that he filled his Japanese Palace in Dresden with porcelain objects. In the 1730s, he had a series of large birds and animals made, forming a veritable zoo, among them a blue macaw perching on a tree.  On view in room 1.4  #Porcelain #Animals #Art #Rijksmuseum #Amsterdam

German scientists discovered the ingredients of Chinese porcelain in the 18th century. Elector August the Strong was such a fan of this hard, translucent white material that he filled his Japanese Palace in Dresden with porcelain objects. In the 1730s, he had a series of large birds and animals made, forming a veritable zoo, among them a blue macaw perching on a tree. On view in room 1.4 #Porcelain #Animals #Art #Rijksmuseum #Amsterdam

This cheery young man is raising his glass as if to propose a toast. Although the fashion was then for intricate, detailed paintings, Hals applied his paints with quick, confident strokes. This style of painting gives the subject a real sense of movement. This is most obvious with the right hand. The merry drinker, Frans Hals, ca. 1628 - ca. 1630.

This cheery young man is raising his glass as if to propose a toast. Although the fashion was then for intricate, detailed paintings, Hals applied his paints with quick, confident strokes. This style of painting gives the subject a real sense of movement. This is most obvious with the right hand. The merry drinker, Frans Hals, ca. 1628 - ca. 1630.

Three Girls from the Amsterdam Orphanage (1885). Thérèse Schwartze (Dutch, 1851–1918). Oil on canvas. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

Three Girls from the Amsterdam Orphanage (1885). Thérèse Schwartze (Dutch, 1851–1918). Oil on canvas. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

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