Peter Paul Rubens paints The Three Graces who were goddesses of beauty and creativity and are often referred to and depicted in classical art.
Evert Collier specialised in still lifes where the eye is tricked into thinking that the objects in the picture are actual objects.
Dutch Golden Age master Gerard van Honthorst shows us his expertise in lighting effects here in The Procuress, painted in 1625.
The Concert by Dutch Golden Age master Gerard van Honthorst is full of a colorful gaiety that matches the music being played and sung.
A Mother with Two Children and a Maid with a Pail by a Fireplace is a Genre Painting by Dutch painter Pieter de Hooch, produced during the Dutch Golden Age.
Interior with a Woman Sewing and a Child is a 1668 Genre Painting by artist Pieter de Hooch painted during the Dutch Golden Age.
Officer Paying a Woman in a Stable is a 1670 scene of an encounter between a traveler and a country inn host painted by Pieter de Hooch.
A Couple Making Music at a Table, with a Serving Girl depicts a wealthy merchant couple playing music, painted by Dutch Genre painter Pieter de Hooch
Winter Landscape with Skaters is a painting by Hendrick Avercamp where he carefully portrayed a harsh winter day in 17th century Netherlands.
Dutch artist Rembrandt van Rijn painted painted this portrait of Frederick Rihel on horseback in 1663. It is Rembrandt's only horse painting.
Rembrandt is perhaps the most renowned of the Dutch Baroque painters. The Raising of the Cross of 1633, painted when the artist was 27.
Despite being attributed to Rembrandt, Girl with a Broom is likely at least partly to be the work of one of his pupils, Carel Fabritius.
The Sacrifice of Isaac is a Golden Age painting by Rembrandt van Rijn which tells the story of the Binding of Isaac from the Book of Genesis.
Dutch Golden Age painter Johannes Vermeer's 1663 Woman Reading a Letter is an intimate domestic scene that leaves much open to interpretation
Frans Hals's Golden Age Genre Painting Malle Babbe from 1633-35 is inscribed with it's title “Malle Babbe” - “malle” being Dutch for “crazy”.
The Artist’s Son Titus is a 1657 portrait of Rembrandt van Rijn’s son Titus from the marriage of Rembrandt and his first wife Saskia.
Melchior de Hondecoeter was a Dutch artist who specialized in the painting of birds and The Poultry Yard is an example of this.
Hendrick ter Brugghen traveled to Rome and it was there that he became a follower of Caravaggio which inspired A man playing a lute
One of Rembrant's early works, The Abduction of Europa tells the story of the abduction of Princess Europa by the roman God Jupiter.