Significant Collections of Seventeenth-century Dutch Painting in the World

The following list of museums with interesting collections of seventeenth-century Dutch art was drawn from pp. 224-228 in The Dutch Painters: 100 Seventeenth Century Masters by Christopher Wright. Some additions to the text and updates are being made. These collections have been divided into three categories.

  1. Comprehensive collections of Dutch painting
  2. Non-comprehensive collections which are distinguished in representing some aspect of Dutch painting or one particular painter in a way which makes them unique or very important
  3. Collections where the odd outstanding work a can be found

Those collections with one of more paintings by Vermeer are signaled by a thumbnail images of their Vermeer painting(s) and the artist's monogram. Detailed information on these museums and their websites can be reviewed by clicking here.

Those museums which maintain internet websites have been linked.

Section 1 - The Main Public Collections of Dutch Pictures

The following collections of Dutch pictures are more or less comprehensive. The occasional gaps, like the lack of Vermeers in the Hermitage, only serve to emphasize how complete the collections are. A careful study of any one of these collections will enable the visitor to gain a general idea of most aspects of Dutch seventeenth-century painting.

AMSTERDAM, Rijksmuseum

https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/


The Little StreetWoman in Blue Reading a Letter, Johannes VermeerThe Love Letter, Johannes VermeerThe Milkmaid, Johannes Vermeer


The largest collection of Dutch pictures in existence
. It is completely representative of every aspect of the national art, built up over a century and a half of enlightened purchases and occasional important bequests. The only failing is the possession of medium rather than high-quality works of the odd painter, especially Hobbema and Cuyp.

BERLIN-DAHLEM, Staatliche Gemäldegalerie

http://www.smb.museum/smb/sammlungen/details.php?lang=en&objID=5&typeId=1

Girl with a Glass of Wine, Johannes Vermeer Woman with a Pearl Necklace, Johannes Vermeer

A collection largely built up by purchase by the celebrated director Wilhelm von Bode. The representation of Rembrandt is unforgettable. The collection is comprehensive in most areas except Mannerism and seascape.

DRESDEN, Staatliche Gemäldegalerie

http://www.skd-dresden.de/en/museen/alte_meister.htmll

The Procuress, Johannes VermeerGirl Reading a Letter by an Open Window, Johannes Vermeer

Largely built up in the middle years of the eighteenth century, the collection still reflects the taste of those years. The Rembrandts of the middle period are important and the representation of genre painting is unequalled. The collection also contains two Vermeers and Ruisdael's Jewish Cemetery.

THE HAGUE, Mauritshuis

http://www.mauritshuis.nl/

Girl with a pearl earring, Johannes VermeerDiana and her Companions, Johannes VermeerView of Delft, Johannes Vermeer

The smallest representative collection of Dutch painting, where each painter is represented by one outstanding example. Especially' important are Vermeer's View of Delft, Girl with a Pearl Earring and Rembrandt's Anatomy Lesson of Dr Tulp. The collection is also houses important for portraits of the House of Orange.

LENINGRAD, Hermitage

http://www.hermitagemuseum.org/html_En/index.html

One of the largest collections of Dutch pictures, and, like Dresden, largely built up in the eighteenth century. It has perhaps the best collection of Rembrandts in existence, and is at least equal to Dresden for genre.

LONDON, National Gallery

http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/

A Lady Standing at a Virginal, Johannes VermeerA Lady Seated at a Virginal, Johannes Vermeer

A collection mostly acquired by bequest in the nineteenth century and therefore particularly strong in the British predilection for Ruisdael, Cuyp and Hobbema. It is rich in seascape pictures and genre and has an important group of Rembrandts. The chief weakness is in the field of flower painting, still life in genera, and the mannerists. The collection has two late Vermeer's A Lady Standing at a Virginal and A Lady Seated at a Virginal.

MUNlCH, Alte Pinakothek

http://www.pinakothek.de/alte-pinakothek/index_en.php?

Most of the pictures in the collection come from the celebrated electoral picture gallery at Dusseldorf, including Rembrandt's Passion Series and Self-Portrait of 1629, Portrait of Willem Croes by Frans Hals as well as the extremely poetic Flea Catcher by Gerrit ter Borch. The collection is especially rich in Dutch landscape (Landscape with Church and Village by Van Ruisdael) and genre.

The Alte Pinakothek houses one of the world's finest collects which includes more than 800 paintings spanning from the fourteenth to the eighteenth century. Such masterpieces as Albrecht Dürer's Self-Portrait, Rogier van der Weyden's Columbia Altarpiece and the first Raphael to be brought to Germany, the Canigani Holy Family The scope and quality of the Flemish artists Rubens, Van Dyck and Jordaens is unique collection. The Alte Pinakothek also boasts masterpieces by Titian, Tintoretto, Murillo Velásquez and Chardin.

PARIS, Musée du Louvre

http://www.louvre.fr/

The Astronomer, Johannes VermeerThe Lacemaker, Johannes Vermeer

A relatively small collection, but well balanced, with good pictures by Rembrandt from every period of his career and with a good example of each of the other main painters. Like all French collections it is weak in seascapes.

ROTTERDAM, Boijmans-van Beuningen Museum

http://www.boijmans.nl/en/

A well-balanced and comprehensive collection whose only weakness is the lack of supreme masterpieces. The collection is important for its adequate and sometimes brilliant representation of most of the minor masters. The deposit by the Trustees of the Vorm Foundation of their important collection in the museum has strengthened the representation of several areas, in particular Rembrandt.

VIENNA, Kunsthistorisches Museum

http://www.khm.at/en/

The Art of Painting, Johannes Vermeer

One of the best-balanced of the great eighteenth-century collections, which acquired Vermeer's The Art of Painting in 1946. The collection is especially rich in landscape and genre.

Section 2 - Museums with Distinguished Dutch Art Collections
This section includes those collections which are distinguished by representing some aspect of Dutch painting or one particular painter in a way which makes them unique or very important. However, there are gaps in each one which prevent the collections from being described as comprehensive.

AMSTERDAM, Historisch Museum

http://www.ahm.nl/

A recently redesigned museum showing the history of Amsterdam. The most important surviving collection of group portraits in existence is exhibited here, along with numerous topographical pictures relating to Amsterdam in the seventeenth century.

BRUSSELS, Musée Royals de Beaux-Arts

http://www.fine-arts-museum.be/site/EN/default.asp

Important pictures by Hals and Hobbema. Many minor landscape and genre painters are represented.

BRUNSWICK, Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum

http://www.museum-braunschweig.de/

Girl with a Glass of Wine, Johannes Vermeer

A collection formed in the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries with a good representation of Mannerists and Caravaggesque painters. There is an unforgettable late Rembrandt Group Portrait and an important picture by Vermeer, Girl with a Glass of Wine.

BUDAPEST, Szépmiivészeti Muzeum

http://www.szepmuveszeti.hu/

Especially good representation of landscape, seascape and genre, with examples of all the important and most of the minor painters.

CAMBRIDGE, Fitzwilliam Museum

http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/

A collection strong in landscape painting of high quality, including Hobbema, Ruisdael and Allart van Everdingen. A unique representation of flower painting from the bequest in recent years of the Broughton Collection; most flower painters are included.

COPENHAGEN, Statens Museum for Kunst

http://www.smk.dk/smk.nsf/docs/splash2

A large collection including numerous examples of landscape and genre.

DETROIT, Institute of Arts

http://www.dia.org/

The other version of Ruisdael's Jewish Cemetery is in the collection, which is well-balanced for landscapes and owns several small but high-quality pictures by Rembrandt.

DUBLIN, National Gallery of Ireland

http://www.nationalgallery.ie/

Lady Writing a Letter with her Maid, Johannes Vermeer

A large collection with a good representation of genre. Some landscapes, including an outstanding one by Rembrandt. Vermeer's late Woman Writing a Letter with her Maid is outstanding.

FLORENCE, Uffizi and Pitti Galleries

http://www.uffizi.com/

Over the years pictures have been exchanged between the two galleries. There is a unique representation of the Italianate landscapists, especially Poelenburgh, and Breenbergh, an important picture by Honthorst and a memorable group of Rembrandt self-portraits.

GLASGOW, Art Gallery

http://www.glasgowmuseums.com/

A large collection mostly acquired by bequest in the nineteenth century. It concentrates on genre and landscape, with important pictures by Ruisdael and Cuyp. The other version of Rembrandt's Side of Beef and his Alexander are here.

HAARLEM, Frans Hals Museum

http://www.franshalsmuseum.com/

Arguably the most moving assembly of Dutch pictures in existence. Frans Hals dominates because of the group portraits. There is a large collection of pictures by Cornelis van Haarlem and Verspronck, and a good example of most members of the Haarlem school of painters.

HAMBURG, Kunsthalle

http://www.hamburger-kunsthalle.de/start/en_start.html

A large collection with particular emphasis on landscape. Especially important are the groups of paintings by Ruisdael and Aert van der Neer.

KARLSRUHE, Staatliche Kunsthalle

http://www.kunsthalle-karlsruhe.de/

A large collection of pictures, mostly by minor painters, with all types of subject matter represented.

KASSEL, Hessisches Landesmuseum

http://www.museum-kassel.de/

A celebrated collection of pictures by Rembrandt brought together in the eighteenth century, together with good examples of most of the minor masters.

LEIPZIG, Museum de Bildenden Kunste

http://www.mdbk.de/

A representative collection of Dutch landscapists, especially the Haarlem school. There is a large group by van Goyen and an early Rembrandt Self-Portrait.

LILLE, Palais del Beaux-Arts

http://www.pba-lille.fr/

Almost as large but not as representative as the Musée du Louvre. It is especially strong in landscape and genre, together with a few good examples of the Mannerists and Caravaggesques.

LONDON, The Royal Collection (Windsor Castle)

http://www.royalcollection.org.uk/

The Music Lesson, Johannes Vermeer

The Royal Collection in Windsor Castle contains one of the world’s finest groups of Dutch seventeenth-century paintings. Among the most enduringly popular images in Western Art, these pictures have for centuries been admired for their harmonious compositions, close observation of detail, subtle light effects and meticulous finish. Outstanding examples of Dutch paintings embrace genre scenes, portraits, still lifes, history paintings, landscapes and seascapes. They include works by the great masters of the period, among them Rembrandt’s jewel-like Christ and Saint Mary Magdalene at the Tomb and his Portrait in a Flat Cap of 1642, luminous landscapes by Aelbert Cuyp, and Johannes Vermeer’s enigmatic Music Lesson. Other works such as Nicholas Maes’s The Listening Housewife, Jan Steen’s A Woman at her Toilet and Gerrit Dou’s A Girl Chopping Onions also deserve attention.

LONDON, Dulwich Picture Gallery

http://www.dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk/

A collection formed at the end of the eighteenth century with special emphasis on the Italianate landscapists. There are important groups of pictures by Cuyp and Wouwermans, and the three Rembrandts, Girl at a Window of 1645, Jacob III de Gheyn of 1632 and A Young Man perhaps the Artist's son Titus of 1633. Two Italianate landscapes by Adam Pynacker, Bridge in an Italian Landscape and Landscape with Sportsmen and Game, are of high quality.One of the finest examples of the Dutch fijnschilder style is Gerrit Dou's A Lady Playing a Clavichord, c. 1655. Adriaen van der Werff's The Judgment of Paris should be noted as well.

museum info:
The Dulwich College Picture Gallery in London houses a magnificent collection of old masters, including works by Poussin, Claude, Rubens, Murillo, Van Dyck, Rembrandt, Watteau, Gainsborough and many others, was originally assembled for the King of Poland in the 1790s. When Poland was partitioned, an alternative home was found for the paintings in the "clean air of Dulwich". The Gallery was designed by Sir John Soane - with a new extension recently completed by Rick Mather - and the founders lie, to this day, in their Mausoleum at the centre of the Gallery. The collection is also one of the oldest in Great Britain, substantially put together in the years 1790 to 1795. The paintings are housed in the first purpose-built art gallery in England, designed by Sir John Soane in 1811. The critically-acclaimed loan exhibitions, the outstanding permanent collection, the award winning education events, and its setting in the beautiful eighteenth century village of Dulwich make the Gallery an essential destination for art lovers

LONDON, Greenwich, National Maritime Museum

http://www.nmm.ac.uk/

The largest collection of seascape paintings in existence. Almost every known seascape painter is represented, including thirty pictures by or attributed to Willem van de Velde the Younger.

LONDON, Wallace Collection

http://www.wallacecollection.org/

One of the best surviving examples of mid-nineteenth-century taste in Dutch pictures. It is especially strong in Italianate landscapists and Cuyp, and there are also important pictures by Ruisdael and Hobbema, a dazzling collection of genre pictures of the highest quality, nine pictures by Rembrandt, and Hals's Laughing Cavalier.

NEW YORK, Metropolitan Museum of Art

http://www.metmuseum.org/home.asp

A Maid Asleep, Johannes VermeerYoung Woman with a Water Pitcher, Johannes VermeerStudy of a Young Woman, Johannes VermeerWoman with a Lute, Johannes VermeerAllegory of Faith, Johannes Vermeer

Four pictures by Vermeer of Delft give this collection an enormous and justified prestige. There is also an important array of pictures by Rembrandt, including the Aristotle, and some representation of the minor masters.

OXFORD, Ashmolean Museum

http://www.ashmolean.org/

The best collection in existence of still life paintings with a good example by each painter. There are also good pictures by unusual painters, those by Wtewael and Vrel being outstanding.

PHILADELPHIA, John G. Johnson Collection

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_G._Johnson

One of the largest collections of Dutch pictures in America. Almost all the minor landscape and genre painters are represented.

PRAGUE, Narodne Galerie

A medium-sized collection of quality, with especially important pictures by Ruisdael and de Gelder. Landscape and genre are most strongly represented.

SCHWERIN, Stadisches Museum

http://www.museum-schwerin.de/

An important collection, with emphasis on the Italianate landscapists and genre, and an outstanding picture by Carel Fabritius.

STOCKHOLM, Nationalmuseum

http://www.nationalmuseum.se/

A collection of good quality, dominated by Rembrandt's great Conspiracy of Claudius Civilis.

TOLEDO (Ohio), Museum of Art

http://www.toledomuseum.org/

A carefully-chosen and well-balanced collection, with emphasis on landscape and portraiture; good pictures by Hobbema and Rembrandt.

UTRECHT, Centraal Museum

http://www.centraalmuseum.nl/

This collection concentrates exclusively on the Utrecht school, which is well-represented by both Mannerists and Caravaggesques. There is an outstanding group by Ter Brugghen.

WARSAW, Muzeum Narodowe

http://www.muzeum.narodowe.gda.pl/

A large collection with especial emphasis on the minor painters; both mannerists and Caravaggesques are included.

WASHINGTON, National Gallery of Art

http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb.html

Woman Holding a Balance, Johannes VermeerA Lady Writing, Johannes VermeerGirl with a Red Hat, Johannes VermeerGirl with a Flute, Johannes Vermeer

Justly famous for its representation of Rembrandt and Vermeer including Woman Holding a Balance, A Lady Writing, Girl with a Red Hat and Girl with a Flute. There are excellent pictures by Hobbema, Saenredam and Cuyp.

Section 3 - Other Collections Containing Important Works

Most museums with a collection of Old Master paintings have some Dutch pictures. The following list is a selection of the more important small collections and those places where the odd outstanding work a can be found.

AACHEN, Suermondt Museum

http://www.suermondt-ludwig-museum.de/

Many of the minor masters are represented in this collection.

ANTWERP, Musée Royal des Beaux-Arts

http://museum.antwerpen.be/kmska/

There are good portraits by both Rembrandt and Hals and an uneven collection of other Dutch painters.

ASCOTT (Buckinghamshire), National Trust

Cuyp's View of Dordrecht and an important landscape by Hobbema are outstanding.

BARNSLEY, Cannon Hall

http://www.barnsley.gov.uk/services/leisure-and-culture/museums-and-galleries/museums-and-galleries-general-information/cannon-hall-museum-park-and-gardens/

This small collection is especially strong in the Italianate landscapists; there are also interesting pictures by Cesar van Everdingen and Frans van Mieris.

BASLE, Kunstmuseum

http://www.kunstmuseumbasel.ch/de/

A small collection with an emphasis on the Italianate landscapists and also a work by Ter Brugghen.

BIRMINGHAM, Barber Institute of Fine Arts

http://www.barber.org.uk/

A small group of well-chosen pictures, including an outstanding early portrait by Hals.

BIRMINGHAM, City Museum and Art Gallery

http://www.bmag.org.uk/

There are good pictures by Bramer, van Goyen, Ochtervelt, and Willem van de Velde the Younger.

BOSTON, Museum of Fine Arts

http://www.mfa.org/

A small collection with exceptional portraits by Rembrandt.

BOSTON, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

http://www.gardnermuseum.org/

The Concert, Johannes Vermeer

Vermeer's Concert (stolen in 1990 and not still not recovered) and Rembrandt's Christ Stilling the Waters on the Sea of Galilee are of the highest quality in this collection.

BRISTOL, City Art Gallery

http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/bristol-museum-and-art-gallery

A small collection with good pictures by Pieter Claesz. and Jan van der Heyden.

CHICAGO, Art Institute

http://www.artic.edu/aic/

A small group of pictures by Rembrandt, the Girl at a Window being outstanding.

CHELTENHAM, Art Gallery

http://www.artsandcraftsmuseum.org.uk/

A late-nineteenth-century collection with an emphasis on genre.

CINCINNATI, Museum of Art

http://www.cincinnatiartmuseum.com/

Important works by Van Ruisdael, Aert van der Neer, Backhuisen, Oosterwijck, and Gerrit ter Borch's exquisite Music Party (c. 1675).

CINCINNATI, Taft Museum

http://www.taftmuseum.org/

The group of excellent portraits by Frans Hals is testimony of the esteem in which Hals was held in late-nineteenth-century America.

COLOGNE, Wallraf Richaru Museum

http://www.museenkoeln.de/wallraf-richartz-museum/

A collection with many different aspects of Dutch painting represented, all of high quality; the coverage of Rembrandt is outstanding.

DIJON, Musée Magnin

http://www.musee-magnin.fr/

An extensive collection of pictures by very minor masters. There is a superb portrait by Van der Helst.

DORDRECHT, Dordrechts Museum

http://cms.dordrecht.nl/dordt?nav=jbsdEsHaKlPCtB

Several examples of most of the best local painters, including Cuyp, Maes and Hoogstraten -some of them of the very highest quality.

DOUAI, Musée de la Chartreuse

http://jac.dewailly.free.fr/chartreux.htm

Interesting as a collection, with good representation of the Mannerist painters Goltzius and Cornelis van Haarlem.

EDINBURGH, National Gallery of Scotland

http://www.nationalgalleries.org/index.asp?centre=html/2-galleries/2-indGalleryFS.asp?gallery=1-a

Christ in the House of Martha and Mary, Johannes Vermeer

A small collection, but of the choicest quality--one of the few museums where it is possible to see Rembrandt, Hals and Vermeer together. The Sutherland loan of outstanding pictures by Rembrandt and Steen augments the collection.

EPINAL, Musée Departemental des Vosges

http://www.vosges.fr/La-vie-en-Vosges/Mus%C3%A9e-d%C3%A9partemental.htm

The Rembrandt Portrait of a Woman as the Magdalene deserves to be better known; it is one of his most touching late pictures.

GOTHENBURG, Konstmuseum

http://www.konstmuseum.goteborg.se/

The late Rembrandt Portrait of a Falconer is now very well known, having been much reproduced in recent years.

GRONINGER, Groninger Museum voor Stadt en Lande

http://www.groningermuseum.nl/index.php?id=943

A small collection but with outstanding pictures by Carel Fabritius and Sweerts.

THE HAGUE, Gemeentemuseum

http://www.gemeentemuseum.nl/

As the municipal collection, the museum has collected examples of the local painters active in the seventeenth century. There is an important van Goyen View of the Hague.

HANOVER, Landesgalerie

http://www.landesmuseum-hannover.niedersachsen.de/portal/live.php?navigation_id=24299&article_id=83647&_psmand=183

An interesting small collection with a beautiful landscapes by Rembrandt.

HARTFORD (Connecticut), Wadsworth Atheneum

http://www.wadsworthatheneum.org/

An important collection of pictures by the minor masters.

HULL, Ferens Art Gallery

http://www.hullcc.gov.uk/portal/page?_pageid=221,631619&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL

A small collection of good pictures by the minor masters. The Frans Hals Portrait of a Woman ranks as one of his best pictures.

LA FERE (Aisne), Musée Jeanne d'Aboville

An interesting collection of pictures by very obscure painters. There is a particularly good Salomon van Ruisdael and a Vanitas by Matthias Withoos.

LIVERPOOL, Walker Art Gallery

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walker_Art_Gallery

A small collection of pictures of high quality, including works by Rembrandt, Carel Fabritius, and Salomon van Ruisdael.

LONDON, Kenwood, Iveagh Bequest

http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/daysout/properties/kenwood-house/

The Guitar Player, Johannes Vermeer

Three important pictures, one each by Rembrandt (the famous Self Portrait), Hals and Vermeer's magnificent Guitar Player.

LONDON,Victoria and Albert Museum

http://www.vam.ac.uk/

Many minor masters are represented in the collection, but there are good pictures by Rembrandt, Ter Borch and Koninck.

LONDON, Wellington Museum

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apsley_House

The group of pictures by Steen is justly famous and there are excellent pictures by some of the Italianate landscapists, Breenbergh and Poelenburgh in particular.

LYONS, Musée del Beaux-Arts

http://www.lyon.fr/vdl/sections/en/culture/musees/musee_beaux_arts_1/

A small collection with one of the earliest known Rembrandt's, the Stoning of Stephen of 1624.

MAINZ, Gemäldegalerie

http://www.landesmuseum-mainz.de/enid/836

This little-known collection contains an exceptionally beautiful picture by Dirck Hals, A Woman Tearing up a Letter. Cornelis van Haarlem and Baburen are also represented.

MALIBU (California), J. Paul Getty Museum

http://www.getty.edu/museum/

A small but representative collection of pictures by the minor masters, especially subject pictures (for an example, a work by Vrel). There is also an important late Rembrandt.

MADRID, Prado

http://www.museodelprado.es/

There are a few Dutch pictures of quality in the collection, especially by Metsu and Rembrandt.

MANCHESTER, City Art Gallery, Collection of the Assheton Bennett Trustees

A collection of small pictures by many different minor masters. There are especially charming works by Ochtervelt and van Goyen.

MILAN, Brera

http://www.brera.beniculturali.it/

A small collection with a good early Rembrandt portrait.

MONTPELLIER, Musée Fabre

http://museefabre.montpellier-agglo.com/

The chief emphasis of the collection is on landscape and genre.

NEW YORK, The Frick Collection

http://frick.org/

Officer and Laughing Girl, Johannes VermeerGirl Interrupted in her Music, Johannes VermeerMistress and Maid, Johannes Vermeer

The magnificent three pictures by Vermeer The Officer and Laughing Girl, Woman Interrupted in her Music, and Mistress and Maid and Rembrandt's Polish Rider make this handful of pictures one of the greatest in terms of quality.

NOTTINGHAM, Castle Museum

http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=1036

A small group of pictures, chiefly landscapes and genre. A picture by Eglon van der Neer.

OSLO, Nasjonalgalleriet

http://www.nasjonalmuseet.no/

A small collection of pictures of good quality including Van der Heyden's View in Delft.

PARIS, Musée du Petit Palais

http://www.petitpalais.paris.fr/

An extensive well-balanced collection.

ETWORTH HOUSE (Sussex), National Trust

Good pictures by van Goyen, Ruisdael and Hobbema.

POLESDEN LACEY (Surrey), National Trust

 

A small collection of high quality; outstanding pictures by Ter Borch, Ruisdael and Cesar van Everdingen.

ST LOUIS, City Art Museum

http://www.slam.org/

A small but well-balanced collection with good pictures by Rembrandt, Frans Hals and De Hooch.

STUTTGART, Staatsgalerie

http://www.staatsgalerie.de/

A small collection with Rembrandt's early St Paul in Prison.

TURIN, Galleria Sabauda

http://www.comune.torino.it/musei/elenco/galleriasabauda.shtml

The best collection of Dutch painters in Italy, the works by Rembrandt and Saenredam being noteworthy.

WADDESDON MANOR (Bucks.), National Trust

http://www.waddesdon.org.uk/

A dazzling assembly of pictures by Cuyp in one unforgettable room.

YORK, City Art Gallery

http://www.yorkartgallery.org.uk/

An off-beat collection with interesting pictures by Wtewael, Baburen and Berchem.

Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem
The Frans Hals Museum

Haarlem, Holland