Dutch painting of the Golden Age
Dutch painting of the Golden Age

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Dutch painting of the Golden Age

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This free course was written by Jason Gaiger.

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Images

Course image: Photo: © Wallace Collection/The Bridgeman Art Library.

Figure 1: Photo: Collection Rijksmuseum.

Figure 2: Photo: © Wallace Collection/The Bridgeman Art Library.

Figure 3: Photo: Musée du Louvre/Giraudon/The Bridgeman Art Library.

Figure 4: Photo: Kunsthaus, Zurich/ Giraudon/The Bridgeman Art Library.

Figure 5: Photo: The National Gallery/The Bridgeman Art Library.

Figure 6: Photo: Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis.

Figure 7: Photo: bpk/ Gemäldegalerie, SMB/Jörg P. Anders.

Figure 8: Photo: © 2010 The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource/Scala, Florence.

Figure 9: Photo: Alte Pinakothek/Giraudon/ The Bridgeman Art Library.

Figure 10: Photo: © 2010 The National Gallery/Scala, Florence.

Figure 11: Photo: © Private collection/Johnny Van Haeften Ltd, London/The Bridgeman Art Library.

Figure 12: Photo: © 2010. The National Gallery/Scala, Florence.

Figure 13: Photo: © 2010 The National Gallery/Scala, Florence.

Figure 14: Photo: © 2010 The National Gallery/Scala, Florence.

Figure 15: Photo: Collection Rijksmuseum.

Figure 16: Photo: Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis.

Figure 18: Photo: bpk/Kupferstichkabinett, SMB/ Jörg P. Anders.

Figure 19: Photo: © Amsterdams Historisch Museum.

Figure 20: Photo: Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis.

Figure 21 : Photo: Courtesy Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Figure 22: Photo: Collection Rijksmuseum.

Figure 23: Photo: © 2010. The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource/Scala, Florence.

Figure 24: Photo: courtesy of the Board of Trustees, National Gallery of Art.

Figure 25: Photo: © 2010 The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource/Scala, Florence.

Figure 26: Photo: bpk/ Gemäldegalerie, SMB/Jörg P. Anders.

Figure 27: Photo: bpk/ Gemäldegalerie, SMB/Jörg P. Anders.

Figure 28: Photo: Collection Rijksmuseum.

Figure 29: Photo: © 2010 The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource/ Scala, Florence.

Figure 30: Photo: © Kunsthistorisches Museum/The Bridgeman Art Library.

Figure 31: Photo:akg-images.

Figure 32: Photo: The Royal Collection © 2011 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Text

Extracts from: Fromentin, E. (1948 [1876]) The Masters of Past Time: Dutch and Flemish Painting from Van Eyck to Rembrandt (trans. A. Boyle), London, Phaidon.

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