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Christian Friedrich Fritzsch | Dido liggend op een wolk, Christian Friedrich Fritzsch, Henri Constapel, Charle Henry le Febure, 1766 | Dido ligt omringd door bloemen naakt op een wolkendek, op haar buik rusten twee vogels. Door de wolken steken bliksemschichten naar beneden.

Christian Friedrich Fritzsch | Dido liggend op een wolk, Christian Friedrich Fritzsch, Henri Constapel, Charle Henry le Febure, 1766 | Dido ligt omringd door bloemen naakt op een wolkendek, op haar buik rusten twee vogels. Door de wolken steken bliksemschichten naar beneden.

Schilderij | Painting | vtwonen 05-2017 | Fotografie Jansje Klazinga | Styling Emmy van Dantzig

Schilderij | Painting | vtwonen 05-2017 | Fotografie Jansje Klazinga | Styling Emmy van Dantzig

The Seven Works of Mercy // 1504 // Master of Alkmaar // A Dutch city is the backdrop to this narrative that shows how a good Christian should help those in need. Christ stands among the spectators in almost every panel. The scenes give an impression of urban society around 1500. The work was badly damaged during the Iconoclasm of 1566, when Roman Catholic churches were vandalized by Protestants. #mercy #misericordia

The Seven Works of Mercy, Master of Alkmaar, 1504 - Rijksmuseum

New for Now – Christian Borstlap for Rijksmuseum

Watch this video! New for Now – Christian Borstlap for Rijksmuseum

Christian Borstlap for Rijksstudio!

Dutch art director Christian Borstlap created this film for the new Rijksmuseum project Rijksstudio. The film includes 211 artworks from the museum's online collection

Princess Wilhelmina of Prussia (1751-1820) was the wife of Stadholder William V. They were married in 1767 when Wilhelmina was sixteen and William nineteen. This portrait was painted twenty-two years later, in 1789 as a present to William V from their two oldest children, Louise and William Frederick. It is an unusual portrait in that the princess is not riding side-saddle (with both legs on one side of the horse), the usual pose for a woman. She is sitting astride the horse as a man would…

Frederika Sophia Wilhelmina of Prussia Equestrian portrait of the wife of Prince William V. 1789 by Tethart Philipp Christian Haag Notice she is riding astride.

Christian Allegory with two Children with a Bible and Snake, Anonymous, 1650-1699

Christian Allegory with two Children with a Bible and Snake, anonymous, 1650 - 1699 - Rijksmuseum

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