Two large-scale group portraits from the Dutch Golden Age, on long-term loan from the Rijksmuseum two of Amsterdam's most important portraitists from the mid-17th century, Govert Flinck (1615–1660) and Bartholomeus van der Helst (1613–1670), have immortalized the civic pride of the men who governed the Kloveniersdoelen, the building where one of Amsterdam's three militia companies held its meetings. Group Portraits, Bartholomeus Vans, 1642 Oil, 01 Dutch, Flinck Dutch, Dutch Art, Govert Flinck, Art 01, National Gallery
Also on these boards
Personnage, 1970 (artist: Joan Miro; photograph by Photograph: Jonty Wilde/Successió Miró ADAGP, Paris & DACS, London 2012)
"Written on the Waves: Shipboard Journals and Logbooks" at PEM through December 31, 2012
Sandro Botticelli "Primavera"