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Old Netherlandish Paintings

The Old Netherlandish Paintings collection (Oude Nederlandse Schilderkunst, ONS) contains photographs and reproductions of paintings by Dutch and Flemish artists from 1400 to 1800. The collection consists of two types of images: the scientifically processed and the unprocessed sections, the latter being the so-called pre-arranged section. There are almost 300,000 scientifically processed photographs and reproductions which are archived by location (Northern and Southern Netherlands), period, subject and artist. The unprocessed images number more than 400,000 and are categorised solely by artist.

Curators:
Sabine Craft-Giepmans, M.A.
North and South Netherlandish portrait paintings, 17th and 18th century
Claire van den Donk-Schweigman, M.A.
North and South Netherlandish portrait paintings, 17th and 18th century
Ellis Dullaart, M.A.
North and South Netherlandish landscapes, architectural works and genre paintings, 17th and 18th century
Michiel Franken, M.A.
Rembrandt and the Rembrandt School
Eva Geudeker, M.A.
North and South Netherlandish Paintings, 18th century
Suzanne Laemers, M.A.
North and South Netherlandish Paintings, 15th and 16th century
Fred G. Meijer, Ph.D.
North and South Netherlandish still lifes and farming genre paintings, 16th , 17th and 18th century
Marrigje Rikken, Ph.D.
North and South Netherlandish history paintings, 17th and 18th century
Laurens Schoemaker, M.A.
North and South Netherlandish marine paintings, 17th and 18th century


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