Otto van Veen

The Famished People after the Relief of the Siege of Leiden


 

Otto van Veen - The Famished People after the Relief of the Siege of Leiden



Otto van Veen
The Famished People after the Relief of the Siege of Leiden
1574 - 1629
40 x 59.5 cm
Oil on panel
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam


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RKD 28498
Rijksmuseum Accession number SK-A-3911

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Otto van Veen The Conspiracy of Julius Civilis and the Batavians in a Sacred Grove
The Conspiracy of Julius Civilis and the Batavians in a Sacred Grove

Otto van Veen The Batavians Defeating the Romans on the Rhine
The Batavians Defeating the Romans on the Rhine

Otto van Veen The Entombment
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Otto van Veen Julius Civilis Having his Hair Cut after the Fall of Vetera, while his Son Kills Some of the Captives
Julius Civilis Having his Hair Cut after the Fall of Vetera, while his Son Kills Some of the Captives

Otto van Veen The Artist's Family
The Artist's Family
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