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A senior merchant of the Dutch East India Company Jacob Mathieusen and his wife at Featured Aelbert Cuyp Print

A senior merchant of the Dutch East India Company Jacob Mathieusen and his wife at

1765825 A senior merchant of the Dutch East India Company Jacob Mathieusen and his wife at Batavia where Dutch East India Company ships prepare to sail home c.1640-60 (oil on canvas)
by Cuyp, Aelbert (1620-91); 138A?208 cm; Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; (add.info.: The Dutch East India company (Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie, VOC) flourished in the 17th and 18th centuries with an Asian capital at the port of Batavia, now Jakarta, in Java.); Dutch, out of copyright

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The Conversion of St. Paul or, The Road to Damascus (oil on canvas) Featured Aelbert Cuyp Print

The Conversion of St. Paul or, The Road to Damascus (oil on canvas)

XMN184714 The Conversion of St. Paul or, The Road to Damascus (oil on canvas) by Cuyp, Aelbert (1620-91); Musee de Picardie, Amiens, France; (add.info.: Jew who hated and persecuted Christians until on his way to Damascus to arrest a group of Christians he was struck blind by a heavenly light;); Giraudon; Dutch, out of copyright

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VOC Senior Merchant Senior Merchant Dutch East India Company Featured Aelbert Cuyp Print

VOC Senior Merchant Senior Merchant Dutch East India Company

VOC Senior Merchant A Senior Merchant of the Dutch East India Company, presumably Jacob Mathieusen, and his Wife, in the background the Fleet in the Roads of Batavia, Portrait of a senior merchant of the VOC, presumably Jacob Mathieusen and his wife, in the background the return fleet at the roadstead at Batavia. An Indian boy holds a parasol over the couple, historical persons, marriage, married couple, 'matrimonium', manservant, footman, parasol, sunshade, sailing-ship, sailing-boat, Batavia, Jacob Mathieusen, Dutch East India Company, Aelbert Cuyp, c. 1640 - c. 1660, canvas, oil paint (paint), h 138 cm ? w 208 cm ? t 4.2 cm d 5 cm

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