Dutch Paintings
  • The Calphalon Dutch Oven

    August 7, 2016

    Calphalon Dutch Oven is one of the best cookware available in the market today; a lot of consumer avail this product and a number one fan of this brand, not only with the quality as well as the unique material used in this cookware. All of the products available in Calphalon come with a lifetime […]

  • ART with drama

    November 22, 2014

    ART with drama One of the greatest baroque artists in history was the Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn. He was born in 1606. Rembrandt studied with other artists and opened his own studio. Rembrandt loved bright colours and used oil paints, so his paintings looked … Read more on The Hindu

  • Shell scientists drafted in to help save fading masterpieces

    October 16, 2014

    Shell scientists drafted in to help save fading masterpieces It was commonly used in 17th-century oil paintings, such as Portrait of Frederik Rihel, by Dutch artist Rembrandt van Rijn and a liquid chromatograph mass spectrometer at the Shell Technology Centre in Amsterdam is being used to analyse the pigment's … Read more on Evening Standard

  • The Paris Art Scene Goes Modern

    October 14, 2014

    The Paris Art Scene Goes Modern After decades of enduring a gilded but fusty reputation, Paris is set to attract the crème de la crème of the contemporary-art scene this fall, thanks to a series of high-profile museum openings later this month. These include a glassy, Frank Gehry … Read more on Wall Street Journal

  • New Constable painting of Hampstead Heath discovered by museum staff

    October 13, 2014

    New Constable painting of Hampstead Heath discovered by museum staff Largely self-taught, he was influenced by Dutch painters – and is best known for his landscape paintings in Dedham Vale, the area in which he grew up. Perhaps his most famous painting, The Hay Wain, is now exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum as … […]

  • Top ten artworks you must see in real life

    October 12, 2014

    Top ten artworks you must see in real life Rembrandt's monumental masterpiece not only remains his most ambitious painting, but also revolutionised the genre of group portraiture. The Dutch artist had been commissioned to paint 18 members of a ceremonial militia company under the command of … Read more on Stuff.co.nz

  • Arts and Education

    October 11, 2014

    Arts and Education SCRATCHBOARD ART CLASS OPEN REGISTRATION Learn to use this medium with instructor Romaine Riddle at Mulberry Street Studio, the Old Beaufort Cafeteria, 801 Mulberry St. Basic drawing skills are helpful but not necessary. …. Visit historic landmarks … Read more on Carolinacoastonline

  • Following the footsteps of Rembrandt in Amsterdam

    October 6, 2014

    Following the footsteps of Rembrandt in Amsterdam The masterpiece, painted in 1665, will be exhibited in London for three months as part of a blockbuster exhibition at the National Gallery, examining the Dutch Master's turbulent but creative later years. Forty paintings (along with drawings and prints … Read more on Oxford Mail

  • Off the beat: Art apathy, museum misery

    September 28, 2014

    Off the beat: Art apathy, museum misery My favorite museum by far was the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, not because of its collection — though I've discovered an unusual fascination with Dutch naval art — but because of a particular exhibition called “Art is Therapy.” Philosophers Alain de … Read more on Daily Californian

  • Critic's picks: Art

    September 22, 2014

    Critic's picks: Art M.C. ESCHER: REALITY AND ILLUSION This retrospective of the ever-popular Dutch graphic artist (1898-1972), who painted and drew mind-confounding illusions, will contain many of his best-known works, as well as family portraits, mezzotints, and original … Read more on Boston Globe