Paintings from the Mauritshuis

A collection of the Mauritshuis

The Mauritshuis museum is world-famous for its collection of Dutch paintings dating from the seventeenth century, the Golden Age. Well-known are Rembrandt's Anatomic Lesson, The Bull by Potter and Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring. But the museum has a lot more to offer, such as paintings from Flanders (Memling, Rubens, Van Dijck) and Germany (Holbein, Cranach), as well as eighteenth-century Dutch paintings (Troost). The most important paintings from the collection can be found on this website, about 465 of them.

Examples from this collection Paintings from the Mauritshuis

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