Art at Auction in 17th Century Amsterdam

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List of illustration
p. 128Daniel Thivaert, “The Laborer of Gibea Offering Hospitality to the Levite”, Canvas, Boston, Museum of Fine Arts
p. 148Louis Finson, “The Massacre of the Innocents”, Canvas, Eglise Saint-Begge
p. 159Pieter Paul Rubens, “Judith and Holofernes”, Panel, Braunschweig, Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum
p. 165Rembrandt van Rijn, “Portrait of Petrus Sylvus”, Etching, Amsterdam, The Rembrandthuis
p. 168Jonas Suyderhoef, after Rembrandt, Portrait of Eleazer Swalmius, Etching, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art
p. 173Albrecht Dürer, “The Offer of Love” (De tasvloyer), Engraving
p. 197Jacobus van Soldt, “Italianate Landscape”, Copper, Formerly The Hague, Kunsthandel Hoogsteder & Hoogsteder
p. 205Rembrandt van Rijn, “Belshazzar Sees the Writing on the Wall”, Canvas, London, National Gallery
p. 210Michiel van Mierevelt, “Portrait of Robbert van der Hoeve”, Amsterdam, Jan Six Collection
p. 211Michiel van Mierevelt, “Portrait of Elisabeth van der Wolff”, Amsterdam, Jan Six Collection
p. 215Jan Pynas, “Jacob Seeing Joseph’s Bloodied Coat”, St. Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum
p. 228Pieter Lastman, “David and Uriah”, Panel, The Hague, Het Mauritshuis. (Koninklijk Kabinet van Schilderijen)
p. 229Pieter Lastman, “King David Handing the Letter to Uriah”, Panel, Detroit, Museum of Fine Arts. (Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John N. Lord)
p. 236David Vinckboons, “Christ Preaching on the Edge of the Sea”, Panel, Sweden, Private Collection

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