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painting of the interior, from the nave to the pulpit and the old transept organ


 A'dam OK 288

Emanuel de Witte (1617–1692) was a draughtsman and painter who belonged to the Dutch School. He painted the Oude Kerk’s interior many times. Unlike other painters of interiors, who were extremely precise in their work, De Witte regularly introduced modifications. For example, as in this painting, he set people in the light to create greater vivacity.

Locatie:Mauritshuis, Den Haag
Maker:Emanuel de Witte
Aantal onderdelen:1
Opmerkingen:onderdeel van een andere collectie
Literatuur:Janse, p. 226
Periode:17th century