Portrait art of Holland's Golden Age is one of the most fascinating phenomena in the history of Western art, distinguished by a powerful realism, an immense diversity and, above all, a high artistic level. The National Gallery in London and the Mauritshuis in The Hague mounted a major exhibition on the subject in 2007. The main thread running through the exhibition is the chronological development of the portrait, interwoven with several themes like the individual portrait, the double portrait, the family portrait, the group portrait, militia and regents' portraits as well as children's portraits.Within each theme a selection of works are being shown which offer imposing and also exciting juxtapositions.
ACC Distribution, 2007 г.
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