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Adriana van Heusden and Daughter at the Fishmarket  about 1662, Emanuel de WitteThis scene was probably painted in about 1661-3 when de Witte was living in the home of Joris de Wijs and his wife Adriana van Heusden. The picture was the subject of litigation between de Witte and Adriana van Heusden in 1669-71. National Gallery London

Emanuel de Witte, Adriana van Heusden and daughter at the Fishmarket National Gallery, London)

Caspar Netscher Art A Lady At A Spinning-wheel  Caspar Netscher

Caspar Netscher A Lady at a Spinning-wheel, painting Authorized official website

Market Scene by Joachim Beuckelaer

BEUCKELAER, Joachim (b. Market Scene - Oil on wood, 113 x cm Szépmûvészeti Múzeum, Budapest The artist took the composition from Aertsen. The fruit and vegetable still-life at the bottom is remarkable.

***Diego Velázquez, Crsito en casa de Marta y María, h.1618. Londres, National Gallery. Durante una visita de Jesús, María Magdalena escucha con atención sus palabras sentada a sus pies, mientras Marta se afana en las tareas del hogar y recrimina su actitud contemplativa, defendiendo Jesús la fe de María. Se enmarcará la lección de Cristo en un interior realista como hará Velázquez con un primer plano con un bodegón de cocina, relegando al fondo la escena religiosa, vista a tarvés de una…

Kitchen Scene With Christ In The House Of Martha And Mary 1618 National Gallery in London Diego Velazquez

Winter Scene on a Frozen Canal (detail) - Hendrick Avercamp (1585 - 1634)

Winter Scene on a Frozen Canal (detail) - Hendrick Avercamp - (Dutch Golden Age)

I realized I haven't posted a good view on my 1660s dress yet (without the fur), so here we go. Left pic is made by Martina Jonker de Vries and right picture is made by Henk van Rijssen. Costume maker : Angela Mombers

I realized I haven't posted a good view on my dress yet (without the fur), so here we go. Left pic is made by Martina Jonker de Vries and right picture is made by Henk van Rijssen.

Most fantastic collection of old colored maps of European/Asian cities!!!

London, Braun and Hogenberg, "Civitates Orbis Terrarum", first Latin edition of volume I was published in Engraving: Anonymous, circa 1560

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