The rooms can be seen from 26 November 2011 with the opening of the new display European Art 1300-1800.
Karel Dujardin, Boy Blowing Soap Bubbles. Allegory on the Transitoriness and the Brevity of Life, 1663. 116x96,5 cm.Download the image in high resolution | CC BY
European Art 1300-1800Read more
Giovanni di Niccolò, Pietà with Virgin and St. John.
Man: From Type to IndividualItaly 1300-1650Read more
Carlo Dolci, Saint Andrew the Apostle.
Moving ManItaly 1600-1700Read more
Giovanni Paolo Pannini, Interior of the Pantheon, Rome, 1706-65.
Travelling ManItaly 1700-1800Read more
Lucas Cranach den Ældre, Virgin and Child Adored by the Infant St. John, 1512-14.
The Good ManNorthern Europe 1400-1600Read more
Adam de Coster, Two Sculptors at Night in Rome. Double Portrait of Francois Duquesnoy and Georg Petel, c. 1622.
Rubens and his AgeFlanders 1580-1700Read more
Claude Vignon, Lot made drunk by his two Daughters, 1625.
Northern European History Painting 1580-1700Read more
Georg Hinz, A Cabinet with Objects of Art, 1665-67.
Deceiving the EyeThe Royal Danish Kunstkammer 1690Read more
Carle Vanloo, A Vestal. Woman portrayed as a Vestal?, 1750.
Artistic LiaisonsFrance - Denmark 1700-80Read more
Cornelis van Poelenburch, Diana and her Nymphs, 1659.
Visions of AntiquityFrance 1625-1700Read more
Cornelis Norbertus Gijsbrechts, Trompe l'Oeil. An Open Cabinet of Curiosities with a Hercules Group, 1670.
A Lost GenerationNorthern Europe 1650-1750Read more
Rembrandt's Workshops, A Young Woman Resting her Hands on the Picture Frame, after 1641.
Rembrandt and his AgeThe Netherlands 1600-1700Read about
Balthasar van der Ast, Fruit Still Life with Two Parrots, 1623.
Merchants and New WorldsThe Netherlands 1600-1700Read more
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