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A Delft touch: This compelling show reveals Pieter de Hooch as a master of pattern and light. Murphy, Kathryn Dec 1, 2019 1267
Wittel Italy: Caspar van Wittels pictorial innovations paved the way for more celebrated vedutisti. Miller, Keith Mar 1, 2019 1146
The Definitive Dutch Masters. Jan 1, 2019 988
Haarlem globetrotter: It was in the 19th century that Frans Hals' influence spread far and wide, writes Jo Lawson-Tancred. Lawson-Tancred, Jo Dec 1, 2018 1116
The Advent of Amsterdam: Painting and Prosperity in the Dutch Golden Age. Coutre, Jacquelyn N. Critical essay Mar 22, 2016 3885
Regal realism: George IV's taste for Dutch masters reveals a monarchy deeply attached to the Netherlands. Barrett, Katy Feb 1, 2016 1100
The girl with a pearl earring" finally finds her way to America: sometimes called the "Dutch Mona Lisa," this is one of only 36 known paintings by Johannes Vermeer and rarely travels outside the Netherlands. Jan 1, 2013 841
Painter of life: Jonathan Lopez applauds an exhibition that reveals why we should look more closely at Gabriel Metsu's painterly skills. Lopez, Jonathan Critical essay Jun 1, 2011 1027
Ploughing his canvases: a large and ambitious exhibition in Basel is the first to provide a full survey of one of the key aspects of Van Gogh's work, his paintings of landscapes. Bailey, Martin Sep 1, 2009 1131
Transcendental reality: cutting-edge scholarship and great works of art make 'The Master of Flemalle and Rogier van der Weyden' unmissable. Bonaventura, Paul Mar 1, 2009 1259
Pride of place: Jonathan Lopez visits an exhibition at the Mauritshuis and National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, that teases out the meanings behind the 17th-century Dutch tradition of 'town views'. Lopez, Jonathan Mar 1, 2009 1000
The light of God: an exhibition of Van Gogh's night scenes opens this month in Amsterdam after its New York showing. As Jonathan Lopez explains, it draws attention to the neglected religious background to these paintings. Lopez, Jonathan Feb 1, 2009 953
Out of the shadows: far from playing second fiddle to Rembrandt, Jan Lievens was a virtuoso innovator in his own right throughout his long career, as an exhibition in Washington demonstrates. Lopez, Jonathan Jan 1, 2009 1012
A skilful charmer: the first exhibition on Karel du Jardin reveals a versatile painter with a taste for the good life. Lopez, Jonathan Mar 1, 2008 1015
Masterpieces of a merchant city: this month Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow reopens after a major refurbishment. Robert Wenley introduces one of the major new displays, a gallery of outstanding Dutch and Flemish Old Masters. It offers an enthralling picture of collecting in Victoria Glasgow. Wenley, Robert Jul 1, 2006 5421
The Arnolfini double portrait: a simple solution. Koster, Margaret L. Critical Essay Sep 1, 2003 9505
Rembrandt's Women and Painted Ladies. Bruce, Donald Critical Essay Feb 1, 2002 2976
The Bull (detail), 1647. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 325
Summoned to grace. BECKETT, WENDY Brief Article Dec 1, 2000 272

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