Baroque in the Southern Netherlands

With the website ‘Baroque in the Southern Netherlands’ we are revealing one of our most important art-historical collections to the world.
Peter Paul Rubens, Descent from the CrossCC BY-NC-ND 4.0, image, photo Hugo Maertens
Peter Paul Rubens, Descent from the Cross, 1611-1614, Cathedral of Our Lady, Antwerp
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Cornelis Schut I, Daniël Seghers, Jan van Balen, Saint Ignatius Surrounded by a Garland of FlowersCC0, image, photo Hugo Maertens
Joannes Fijt, Hunting Trophy with a Dead Peacock and a Boar’s HeadCC0, beeld, foto Hugo Maertens
Adriaen Brouwer, Peasant drinkingCC0, photo Musea Antwerpen
Anthony van Dyck, The Lamentation over the dead ChristCC0,, photo Hugo Maertens
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Jan Breughel II, Adoration of the MagiCC0, beeld, foto Hugo Maertens
Jacob Jordaens I, The Daughters of Cecrops Finding the Child ErichthoniusCC0, image, photo Hugo Maertens
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The whole world is familiar with the work of Rubens and Van Dyck, but also lesser-known Masters such as Joannes Fijt, Cornelis de Vos and the Quellinus family also receive full attention on the website.
Cornelis de Vos, Frans VekemansCC0, Foto Musea Stad Antwerpen
Cornelis de Vos, Frans Vekemans, circa 1625, Museum Mayer van den Bergh, MMB.0070

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