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Alkmaar, Netherlands in Europe

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Luttik Oudorp (House with the shovels) The Netherlands Featured Alkmaar Print

Luttik Oudorp (House with the shovels) The Netherlands

Alkmaar Luttik Oudorp (House with the shovels) commercial building with rich stepped gable. Use of natural stone in the form of water frames, blocks, strips. An arched attic hatch in rectangular frame; shuttered windows paired with sidelights also hung shutters. Ornamental Anchors. Storefronts with shutters and awning; parapet in the above decorative masonry.
circa 1910s

© The Roseries Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

View of the Weighhouse and the Cheese Market at Alkmaar (oil on canvas) Featured Alkmaar Print

View of the Weighhouse and the Cheese Market at Alkmaar (oil on canvas)

XIR165883 View of the Weighhouse and the Cheese Market at Alkmaar (oil on canvas) by Dutch School, (17th century); Stedelijk Museum, Alkmaar, The Netherlands; (add.info.: Vue du poids public et du marche aux fromages a Alkmaar;); Dutch, out of copyright

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Architecture, Barge, Boat, Boats, Cheese, Commerce, Dutch, Facade, Gable, Loading, Market Day, Merchant, Merchants, River, Spire, Square, Tower, Trade, Unloading

Portrait of Machtelt Suijs, c. 1540-1545. Creator: Maerten van Heemskerck (Dutch, 1498-1574) Featured Alkmaar Print

Portrait of Machtelt Suijs, c. 1540-1545. Creator: Maerten van Heemskerck (Dutch, 1498-1574)

Portrait of Machtelt Suijs, c. 1540-1545. Heemskerck lived in Rome for four years (1532-36) and was deeply affected by the city's art and antiquities. Here, the half-length, seated figure, the tense yet elegant hands, and even the grotesque classical mask reflect the impact of that experience, while the love of meticulously represented textures is traditionally associated with northern European art. Machtelt Suijs married Dirick van Teijlingen in 1535 and lived in Alkmaar (the Netherlands), where Heemskerck must have painted her. The coat-of-arms that hangs from the mask combines family emblems, indicating that her portrait must have been accompanied by one (now lost) of her husband

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