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The Seven Works of Mercy

Master of Alkmaar, 1504, painting, SK-A-2815

A town in Holland is the setting for a narrative strip showing how a good Christian should help the needy. In almost all the scenes, Christ appears among the onlookers. The scenes give a sense of town life around 1500. This is one of the many art works severely damaged when Protestants cleansed…

On display in room 0.4

A Pelican and other Birds near a…

Melchior d'Hondecoeter, c. 1680, painting, SK-A-175

Melchior d’Hondecoeter specialised in depicting birds. Here he painted a pelican, various ducks, a cassowary (left), a flamingo and an African crested crane. D’Hondecoeter was commissioned to paint the work by Stadholder William III and his wife Mary. It was intended for Het Loo palace, where…

On display in room 2.22

Square Man

Karel Appel, 1951, painting, SK-A-5002

The square man squeezes with difficulty into this square canvas. He seems to squint slightly with his red and green eyes and his blue mouth gapes open. The head is too big, the body is too small, and the arms and legs are too short, yet with his fiercely coloured body and his ponderous genitals, he…

On display in room 3.3

Diorama of Government Square in…

Gerrit Schouten, 1812, NG-412

On display in room 1.17

Pompeius Occo

Dirck Jacobsz, c. 1531, painting, SK-A-3924

Memorial Portrait of Moses ter…

Gerard ter Borch (II), Gesina ter Borch, 1667 - 1669, painting, SK-A-4908

On display in room 2.15

Portrait of Jan Valckenburgh

Daniel Vertangen, c. 1660, painting, SK-A-4969

On display in room 2.9

Portrait of a Haarlem Citizen

Jan van Scorel, 1529, painting, SK-A-3853

Nautilus cup

Joachim Hiller, c. 1600, BK-1958-44

On display in room 2.3