Netherlands 17th century. The coach. The hedge labyrinths. Types from the distinguished, bourgeois and mercantile world.
Auguste Racinet. The Costume History Hardcover – Illustrated, November 4, 2015
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The Cingel is the innermost of four large and nearly parallel canals, which, following the crescent-shape boundary of the city of Amsterdam
Select views of some of the principal cities of Europe by Robert Batty. London: Moon, Boys, and Graves, 1832.
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The annexed scene of the Oude Haven, in Rotterdam, has been selected as an epitome of the general characteristics of Dutch cities.
Amsterdam the Venice of the North. The drawbridge, the barges, the church tower, all combine to form a scene which is peculiarly Dutch.
The Wilton picture is mentioned by Gambarini as: “Rembrandt — an old woman reading with spectacles.” It was therefore in the collection before 1730.
Dutch costume. Girl of Marken, Holland, 1910. The people of Holland by Nico Jungman.
Dutch kitchen during the 17th century.
Dutch noble woman in the 15th century. Dutch noble women in the Burgundian fashion of the 15th century. Source: Ons voorgeslacht in zijn dagelyksch leven geschilderd. Willem Jacobs Hofdijk. Haarlem… Read More
Dutch costumes from the island of Marken in the Zuiderzee, 1824.