FK 23 Bantam

Frits Koolhoven, 1918, NG-2011-1

The F.K. 23 Bantam was developed in 1917 by Dutch aviation pioneer Frederick Koolhoven, then working as chief designer at British Aerial Transport Company. The biplane was intended as a fighter for the nascent Royal Air Force in the First World War. This craft was shown in 1919 at the First Aviation…

On display in room 3.2

Portrait of Machteld Muilman

Frans van der Mijn, c. 1745 - c. 1747, painting, SK-A-2249

On display in room 1.5

Landscape with Riders, Hunters and…

Johannes Lingelbach, 1650 - 1674, painting, SK-A-700

Willem Philip Kops (1695-1756),…

Frans Decker, 1738, painting, SK-C-1478

Portrait of the Marquis de…

Jean-Baptiste Greuze, c. 1760, painting, SK-A-3906

On display in room 1.9

Allegory of the Peace under…

Adriaen van Nieulandt (I), 1650, painting, SK-A-1995

Sacrifice of Iphigenia

Arnold Houbraken, 1690 - 1700, painting, SK-A-4942

Jupiter, Disguised as a Shepherd,…

Jacob de Wit, 1727, painting, SK-A-3886

On display in room 1.2