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Anonymous | Graftombe van Willem I, prins van Oranje, 1623, Anonymous, Pieter de Keyser, Staten-Generaal, 1622 | Graftombe of praalgraf van Willem I door Hendrik de Keyser in de Nieuwe Kerk te Delft, voltooid in 1623. Gezien van de zijkant met het beeld van de liggende prins. Bovenaan een cartouche met tekst van 8 regels in het Nederlands.

Anonymous | Graftombe van Willem I, prins van Oranje, 1623, Anonymous, Pieter de Keyser, Staten-Generaal, 1622 | Graftombe of praalgraf van Willem I door Hendrik de Keyser in de Nieuwe Kerk te Delft, voltooid in 1623. Gezien van de zijkant met het beeld van de liggende prins. Bovenaan een cartouche met tekst van 8 regels in het Nederlands.

The Little Street, 1658, Johannes Vermeer.

The Little Street

Apothecary's Cabinet, 1730, Delft,  Veneered with walnut and olive wood in oak core. Contents complete with a myriad of porcelain and glass containers. Rijksmuseum

1730 Dutch Apothecary Cabinet at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam - Veneered with walnut and olive wood in oak core. Contents complete with a myriad of porcelain and glass containers.

Vermeer, the little street (the yellow pigment in this painting has faded over time--hence the blue trees)

\\ The Little Street (Het Straatje) c. Johannes Vermeer 21 x 17 in. x 44 cm.) The Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Delfts blue and white violin. Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam The Netherlands.

VIOLIN ~ Netherlands, A magnificent musical instrument in shades of blue and white, painted to resemble Delft porcelain.

An unusual painting in Vermeer’s oeuvre: a few houses and a couple of people in a quiet street. Vermeer gave the scene a palpable sense of tension and balance. The old walls, worn bricks and white plaster are almost tangible. What part of Delft this shows is no longer known. Johannes Vermeer, 1658.

Gezicht op huizen in Delft, bekend als ‘Het straatje’, Johannes Vermeer, ca…

Het straatje van Vermeer / The vein of Vermeer / La stradina (Johannes Vermeer, circa  1658, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam). The painting depicts a view of houses in Delft.

Ultimo week end per vedere qualche Vermeer e (molti) altri fiamminghi a Roma

Het straatje van Vermeer / The vein of Vermeer / La stradina (Johannes Vermeer, circa Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam). The painting depicts a view of houses in Delft.

Delft Blue Tulip Vase, ca. 1690-1720. Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

Tulpenvaas met vijftien tuiten en twee griffioenkoppen, De Metalen Pot, ca. 1690 - ca.

Black Delftware teapot, marked APK for factory "De Grieksche A", Pieter Adriaensz. Kocx, 1705-1720, made in Delft, inventory number BK-NM-12400 Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

- Delft, Black Delftware - marked APK for factory "De Grieksche A", Pieter Adriaensz. Kocx - Teapot - Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

"The Woman in Blue Reading a Letter," (1663-1664). Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675). Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

Johannes Vermeer Woman in Blue Reading a Letter, , Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Woman in Blue Reading a Letter by Johannes Vermeer.

Vermeer, The Little Street. Rijksmuseum.  Woman marks the boundary of the house.

The Little Street (1658) by Johannes Vermeer

Gezicht op huizen in Delft, ‘Het straatje’, Johannes Vermeer, ca.

Google Afbeeldingen resultaat voor http://verhaal140.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/vermeer_-_the_milkmaid.jpg

"The Milkmaid ("De Melkmeid" or "Het Melkmeisje"), sometimes called "The Kitchen Maid," is an oil-on-canvas painting by the Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer/Vermeer van Delft. It is housed in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Children at Play Dutch Ceramic Tile Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam Handmade tiles can be colour coordinated and customized re. shape, texture, pattern, etc. by ceramic design studios

Delft Tile: Children at Play Dutch Ceramic Tile Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

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