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Calder sculpture on Rijksmuseum grounds.
Rembrandt painted himself into “The Night Watch,” peeking over the shoulders of the militiamen.
Vermeer’s “The Milkmaid.” Absolutely stunning to see in real life.
Rijks, with famous I AMsterdam letters.
Girl in a Large Hat, van Everdingen, c. 1645-1650
Head of John the Baptist, unknown master, c. 1550
Girl With I-Phone
Van Gogh Self Portrait,1887,Rijksmuseum
Long lines to buy tickets to Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
View of Houses in Delft, known as “The Little Street” Johannes Vermeer, 1658
Vermeer scratched his signature into the paint in the lower left corner of the canvas.
Saint Ursula and Her Virgins, Hendrik Douverman, c. 1520
Sometimes a work that you might have overlooked in a book captures your attention by the shapes and texture of the daubs of paint.
The artist’s brush technique can be compelling aspect of the work.
Couple Making Love in a Park, Spied On By Cupids. Adriaen van der Werff, 1694