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Anonymous | Fort Bocklemünd, Anonymous, 1940 | Albumblad met twee foto's en een collage bestaande uit drie foto's van Fort Bocklemünd (Keulen) in 1940. De collage geeft een beeld van een grote schoonmaak in het fort, de andere twee van een zendinstallatie (Funkstelle). Onderdeel van een Duits militair album Tweede Wereldoorlog 1939-1940.

Anonymous | Fort Bocklemünd, Anonymous, 1940 | Albumblad met twee foto's en een collage bestaande uit drie foto's van Fort Bocklemünd (Keulen) in 1940. De collage geeft een beeld van een grote schoonmaak in het fort, de andere twee van een zendinstallatie (Funkstelle). Onderdeel van een Duits militair album Tweede Wereldoorlog 1939-1940.

Vietmanese matchlock, octagonal barrel and a strong downward curved slender stock, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam).), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. rijksmuseum

Vietmanese matchlock, octagonal barrel and a strong downward curved slender stock, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam).), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. rijksmuseum

Vietmanese matchlock, octagonal barrel and a strong downward curved slender stock, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam).), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. rijksmuseum

Vietmanese matchlock, octagonal barrel and a strong downward curved slender stock, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam).), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. rijksmuseum

Vietmanese matchlocks with matching red covers, octagonal barresl and strong downward curved slender stocks, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. Rijksmuseum.

Vietmanese matchlocks with matching red covers, octagonal barresl and strong downward curved slender stocks, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. Rijksmuseum.

16th cen Netherlands (?) thats all I know...so far- Portrait of a Lady by Netherlandish School, c.1530, Oil on oak, 40 x 29 cm, Rijksmuseum Twenthe, Enschede Netherlands, Antwerp.  Portrait of a Lady, Netherlandish School, was recently sold by Bonham's 7 July 2010. "When Christie's sold this in 1989, Roy Strong identified it as by the same hand as Elizabeth as a Princess and the 1547 portrait of Edward VI as Prince of Wales; if so it's likely the lady is English. Possible date c.1530s."

16th cen Netherlands (?) thats all I know...so far- Portrait of a Lady by Netherlandish School, c.1530, Oil on oak, 40 x 29 cm, Rijksmuseum Twenthe, Enschede Netherlands, Antwerp. Portrait of a Lady, Netherlandish School, was recently sold by Bonham's 7 July 2010. "When Christie's sold this in 1989, Roy Strong identified it as by the same hand as Elizabeth as a Princess and the 1547 portrait of Edward VI as Prince of Wales; if so it's likely the lady is English. Possible date c.1530s."

Vietmanese matchlocks, octagonal barrels and strong downward curved slender stocks, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam).), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. Rijksmuseum.

Vietmanese matchlocks, octagonal barrels and strong downward curved slender stocks, characteristic of rifles manufactured in Tonkin (North Vietnam).), 1650 - 1679, copper, silver, walnut (hardwood), lacquer (coating) iron, bone, mother of pearl, 169 cm × l 98 cm. Rijksmuseum.

Vincent van Gogh, The Sower (Sower with Setting Sun). 1888

Vincent van Gogh, The Sower (Sower with Setting Sun). 1888

Amsterdam central station, designed by Pierre Cuypers, on a beautiful morning. The building shows a strong similarity with the Rijksmuseum, also designed by Cuijpers. Both worth a visit, with Holland Pass you get "prefered partner entrance"at Rijkmuseum  #holland #amsterdam #rijksmuseum #hollandpass

Amsterdam central station, designed by Pierre Cuypers, on a beautiful morning. The building shows a strong similarity with the Rijksmuseum, also designed by Cuijpers. Both worth a visit, with Holland Pass you get "prefered partner entrance"at Rijkmuseum #holland #amsterdam #rijksmuseum #hollandpass

Old Woman Reading (Rembrandt's Mother), 1631 by Gerrit DOU [Dutch Baroque Era Painter, 1613-1675]. Dutch Golden Age painter & student of Rembrandt. "specialised in genre scenes & is noted for his trompe l'oeil "niche" paintings & candlelit night-scenes w/ strong chiaroscuro. -wiki" Gorgeous light. You'd recognize this lady anywhere. Almost photographic! Amazing! © Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.... If you like the art, credit the artist & link directly to the online archive. Support ARTCYCLOPEDIA.

Old Woman Reading (Rembrandt's Mother), 1631 by Gerrit DOU [Dutch Baroque Era Painter, 1613-1675]. Dutch Golden Age painter & student of Rembrandt. "specialised in genre scenes & is noted for his trompe l'oeil "niche" paintings & candlelit night-scenes w/ strong chiaroscuro. -wiki" Gorgeous light. You'd recognize this lady anywhere. Almost photographic! Amazing! © Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.... If you like the art, credit the artist & link directly to the online archive. Support ARTCYCLOPEDIA.

German scientists discovered the ingredients of Chinese porcelain in the 18th century. Elector August the Strong was such a fan of this hard, translucent white material that he filled his Japanese Palace in Dresden with porcelain objects. In the 1730s, he had a series of large birds and animals made, forming a veritable zoo, among them a blue macaw perching on a tree.  On view in room 1.4  #Porcelain #Animals #Art #Rijksmuseum #Amsterdam

German scientists discovered the ingredients of Chinese porcelain in the 18th century. Elector August the Strong was such a fan of this hard, translucent white material that he filled his Japanese Palace in Dresden with porcelain objects. In the 1730s, he had a series of large birds and animals made, forming a veritable zoo, among them a blue macaw perching on a tree. On view in room 1.4 #Porcelain #Animals #Art #Rijksmuseum #Amsterdam

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