Portrait of Maria of Orange with Hendrik van Zuijlestein and a Servant
5672000 Portrait of Maria of Orange with Hendrik van Zuijlestein and a Servant, 1665 (oil on canvas) by Mytens or Mijtens, Jan (1614-70); 150x185.5 cm; Mauritshuis, The Hague, The Netherlands; (add.info.: The court painter Jan Mijtens painted Princess Maria of Orange (1642-88) youngest daughter of stadholder Frederik Hendrik, Prince of Orange, for her future husband Louis Henry, Count Palatine of Simmern-Kaiserslautern (1640-74), so that he could see what she looked like.
She is with her illegitimate half-brother Hendrik van Zuijlestein (d. 1673)); Dutch, out of copyright
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Posthumous Portrait of Mary Stuart with a Servant, c.1664 (oil on canvas)
5672018 Posthumous Portrait of Mary Stuart with a Servant, c.1664 (oil on canvas) by Hanneman, Adriaen (c.1601-71); 129.5x119.3 cm; Mauritshuis, The Hague, The Netherlands; (add.info.: Mary Henrietta (1631-1660) was Princess of Orange and Countess of Nassau by marriage to Dutch Stadtholder Willem II. Eldest daughter of King Charles I, she was the first to hold the title Princess Royal and was co-regent for her son, later William III, during his minority.
She is dressed as an American or Indian for a fancy dress ball, wearing a Brazilian cloak of feathers and an ostrich feather turban.); Dutch, out of copyright
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Triumvirate Assuming Power in the Name of the Prince of Orange, 21 November 1813, c
1765818 Triumvirate Assuming Power in the Name of the Prince of Orange, 21 November 1813, c.1828 (oil on canvas) by Pieneman, Jan Willem (1779-1853); 70A86.5 cm; Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; (add.info.: After the French were driven out of the Netherlands in November 1813, a provisional government was declared in The Hague at the home of Gijsbert Karel van Hogendorp, seated in fur robe, who formed the triumvirate with Van der Duyn of Maasdam (behind him) and Count of Limburg Stirum pointing to the officers - Colonel Van Oldebarnevelt (called White Tullingh) with hand raised and Captain Heyns Van Bergen. Elias Canneman is at the table. Portraits of William of Orange and his half brother Maurice hang on the wall behind.
A Sovereign Principality of the United Netherlands was declared and William Frederick (1772-1843) was invited back from England to The Hague as sovereign prince, later becoming William I of the Netherlands.
); Dutch, out of copyright
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