Jean Augustin Daiwaille - Self-portrait - 19th century Pastel on vellum. 385 × 310 mm. Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam Jean Augustin Daiwaille, a Dutch portrait painter, was born at Cologne in 1786, and went when young to Amsterdam where he studied under A. De Lelie, and was director of the Academy from 1820 to 1826. After that time he resided at Rotterdam, where he was very successful in painting portraits, and where he died in 1850. There is by him one etching, which is scarce.
Jan van der Heyden, Adriaen van de Velde – Rijksmuseum SK-C-143. De Sankt Severin te Keulen opgenomen in een gefantaseerd stadsbeeld/The church of St. Severin in Cologne in a fictive setting (1660-1672)
24-11-11 Anonymous (Cologne) Title Portrait of a woman, probably Anna Jagiellon (1522-96), queen of Poland. Alternate title(s): Anna Jagiellon, elected King of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1575–1586). Date 1570-1599 Medium Oil on panel Dimensions 19.2 × 14.2 cm (7.6 × 5.6 in) Current location Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Portrait of Lysbeth van Duvenvoorde, anoniem, ca. 1430. ‘Long have I yearned for the man who would open his heart.’ With these words, inscribed in Middle Dutch on the Sshaped banderole, Lysbeth of Duvenvoorde expressed her feelings for her husband. She hailed from a noble Dutch family and in 1430 married the knight Simon van Adrichem, a bailiff and dike-reeve of the Rhineland waterboard around Leiden. This portrait was painted that same year.
BRUYN, Barthel (b. 1493, Cologne, d. 1555, Cologne) Click! Vanitas Still-Life - Oil on wood, 61 x 51 cm Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo This still-life painting is on the back of the portrait of Jane-Loyse Tissier.