Highlights 1800-1900

From Romanticism to The Hague School

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Highlights 1800-1900 in the museum

  1. Joseph Paelinck, William I, 1819

    1. Joseph Paelinck, William I, 1819

    gallery 1.12

    328

  2. Jan Willem Pieneman, Waterloo, 1824

    2. Jan Willem Pieneman, Waterloo, 1824

    gallery 1.12

    369

  3. Jacobus Schoemaker Doyer, Jan van Speijk, 1834

    3. Jacobus Schoemaker Doyer, Jan van Speijk, 1834

    gallery 1.14

    303

  4. Louis Royer, Rembrandt, 1840

    4. Louis Royer, Rembrandt, 1840

    gallery 1.14

    381

  5. Jan Adam Kruseman, Alida Christina Assink, 1833

    5. Jan Adam Kruseman, Alida Christina Assink, 1833

    gallery 1.14

    397

  6. Japan, Model of Deshima, 1850-1851

    6. Japan, Model of Deshima, 1850-1851

    gallery 1.17

    378

  7. Javanese court officials, c. 1820-1870

    7. Javanese court officials, c. 1820-1870

    gallery 1.17

    345

  8. Paul Gabriël, In the Month of July, c. 1889

    8. Paul Gabriël, In the Month of July, c. 1889

    gallery 1.18

    373

  9. George Hendrik Breitner, Singel Bridge, 1896/1898

    9. George Hendrik Breitner, Singel Bridge, 1896/1898

    gallery 1.18

    349