Cornelis Kruseman

Portrait of Hendrik Merkus, Baron de Kock, Army Commandant and after 1826 Lieutenant Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies


 

Cornelis Kruseman - Portrait of Hendrik Merkus, Baron de Kock, Army Commandant and after 1826 Lieutenant Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies



Cornelis Kruseman
Portrait of Hendrik Merkus, Baron de Kock, Army Commandant and after 1826 Lieutenant Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies
1826 - 1857
106 x 90 cm
Oil on canvas
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam


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Rijksmuseum Accession number SK-A-3796

Other works by Cornelis Kruseman


Cornelis Kruseman Marie Allebé-Herckenrath, Grandmother of the Painter August Allebé
Marie Allebé-Herckenrath, Grandmother of the Painter August Allebé
1820

Cornelis Kruseman The Prince of Orange changing his Wounded Horse during the Engagement at Boutersem
The Prince of Orange changing his Wounded Horse during the Engagement at Boutersem
1837 - 1839

Cornelis Kruseman Johannes van den Bosch (1780-1844), Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies, Colonial Minister
Johannes van den Bosch (1780-1844), Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies, Colonial Minister
1829

Cornelis Kruseman Peasant Family in their Cottage
Peasant Family in their Cottage
1817

Cornelis Kruseman Philip II, King of Spain, Reproaches William I, Prince of Orange, in Vlissingen upon his Departure from the Netherlands in 1559
Philip II, King of Spain, Reproaches William I, Prince of Orange, in Vlissingen upon his Departure from the Netherlands in 1559
1832