Ludolf Backhuysen

The Shipyard of the Dutch East India Company at Amsterdam



Ludolf Backhuysen - The Shipyard of the Dutch East India Company at Amsterdam



Ludolf Backhuysen
The Shipyard of the Dutch East India Company at Amsterdam
1696
126 x 140 cm
Oil on canvas
Mauritshuis, The Hague
on long-term loan to the Amsterdam Museum, Amsterdam


Provenance

Probably made for the East India Company, Amsterdam
transferred by the Ministry of Colonial Affairs, The Hague, 1842
on long-term loan to the Amsterdam Museum (Amsterdams Historisch Museum), Amsterdam, since 1956 (this loan proceeded via the Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, until 2013)

External links

Mauritshuis, The Hague Accession number 8

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Ludolf Backhuysen Jan de Hooghe (1650-1731). Anna de Hooghe's Cousin, Dressed for Shooting
Jan de Hooghe (1650-1731). Anna de Hooghe's Cousin, Dressed for Shooting
1700

Ludolf Bakhuysen The Y at Amsterdam, with the Frigate 'De Ploeg'
The Y at Amsterdam, with the Frigate 'De Ploeg'
1680 - 1708

Ludolf Backhuysen A Danzig galleon offshore making ready to sail with figures on the beach loading a longboat as other vessels come into the anchorage
A Danzig galleon offshore making ready to sail with figures on the beach loading a longboat as other vessels come into the anchorage
1656

Ludolf Backhuysen View of Emden from the island Nesserland
View of Emden from the island Nesserland
1698

Ludolf Backhuysen Ships in Distress off a Rocky Coast
Ships in Distress off a Rocky Coast
1667