Ever wondered where they get those vintage botanical prints to frame for home dec?  Here's a vintage printable site with botanicals and more!

tulip as status symbol: anonymous (dutch?) watercolor of Semper Augustus, the most expensive tulip sold during tulip mania (watercolor from the "Great Tulip Book" in collection of Norton Simon Museum)

Thomas de Keyser (Dutch, 1596/97–1667). A Musician and His Daughter, 1629. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Edith Neuman de Végvár, in honor of her husband, Charles Neuman de Végvár, 1964 (64.65.4) #Teachers #Education #K12

“ A Musician & His Daughter Thomas de Keyser 1629 “In this dynamic formal portrait an amateur musician with a theorbo is presented with his daughter in a spare but stylish interior. Both are expensively dressed, the girl in adult attire.

Rachel Ruysch. linesandcolors: "Dutch painter Rachel Ruysch, whose life and career straddled the seventeenth and eighteeth centuries, was renowned for her striking still life paintings of flowers, which occasionally featured fruit and crystal glassware. "

linesandcolors: "Dutch painter Rachel Ruysch, whose life and career straddled the seventeenth and eighteeth centuries, was renowned for her striking still life paintings of flowers, which occasionally featured fruit and crystal glassware.

1660. The illustration depicts a sighting by two Dutch ships in the North Sea of an object moving slowly in the sky. It appeared to be made by two disks of different size. The source for this account is one of the books entitled :"Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" by Admiral Blaeu. These books were compilations of articles by different authors and consisted of detailed accounts of long engagements at sea, cartography information etc.

Just wondering, am I the only one seeing the triple moon goddess symbol? The illustration depicts a sighting by two Dutch ships in the North Sea of an object moving slowly in the sky. It appeared to be made by two disks of different size

Trouble Comes to the Alchemist. Dutch School, 17th-century. Oil on canvas mounted on board. From the CHF: "Although the title suggests this is an image of an alchemist, the scene is one of a physician conducting a uroscopy for a female patient. The confusion may be due to the similarity in objects used in both relative practices. These include a mortar and pestle, a variety of flasks and containers, a human skull, an hourglass, a celestial globe, and books.  The overt hilarity of the old…

Trouble Comes to the Alchemist. Dutch School, Oil on canvas mounted on board. From the CHF: "Although the title suggests this is an image of an alchemist, the scene is one of a physician conducting a uroscopy for a female patient.

Kaempfer: the Dutch in the Far East  Engelbert Kaempfer, 1651-1716,  "Tab. XXVIII: the Tea,"  from The history of Japan: giving an account of the antient and present state and government of that empire; of its . . . minerals, trees, plants . . . animals . . . and fishes . . . illustrated by many copper plates.Translated by J. C. Sheuhzer. 2 vols.  London: printed for the publisher, 1728. South Carolina College Library, book 2362. shows the closeness of the camellia to the tea plant.

Kaempfer: the Dutch in the Far East Engelbert Kaempfer, 1651-1716, "Tab. XXVIII: the Tea," from The history of Japan: giving an account of the antient and present state and government of that empire; of its . . . minerals, trees, plants . . . animals . . . and fishes . . . illustrated by many copper plates.Translated by J. C. Sheuhzer. 2 vols. London: printed for the publisher, 1728. South Carolina College Library, book 2362. shows the closeness of the camellia to the tea plant.

17th century tulip still life painting, Tulipmania of Dutch Golden Age, info about Tulipmania of  Dutch Golden Age, still life paintings, graphics,decorative arts,book illustration

Jan Baptist van Fornenburgh Antwerp - 1650 The Hague) was a Dutch Golden Age flower painter

The late 17th century Stedenboek (book of cities) by Dutch cartographer Frederik de Wit is one of the rarest map books in the world. Only four copies are know to exist and the finest version has been digitised and uploaded by the National Library of The Netherlands. [Flash and html formats are available]    De Wit was among the last of the renowned cartographers in what is referred to as theGolden Age of Dutch cartography. Common to all his work was superb engraving and exce...

The late century Stedenboek (book of cities) by Dutch cartographer Frederik de Wit is one of the rarest map books in the world.

THE MONOGRAMIST 'JR', DUTCH 17TH CENTURY A VANITAS WITH A SKULL, AN ORANGE AND A LEMON IN A PEWTER BOWL, AN EXTINGUISHED CANDLE, BOOKS, MUSI...

The Monogramist ‘JR’, Dutch century A vanitas with a skull, an orange and a lemon in a pewter bowl, an extinguished cand.

Frontispiece, The FRENCH NEPTUNE, or New ATLAS of Nautical Charts. For the use of the King's Navy. (1693). Original by the royal geographer Alexis-Hubert Jaillot (France, 1632-1712). This reproduction by Bookbinder, Pieter Mortier  (Holland, 1661-1711). 17th Century, ANTIQUE, Rare, Art, Book, Illustration, Myth, Mythological Creatures. ... via Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands... ... Eye-catching! They weren't afraid of color back in the day!

Frontispiece, The FRENCH NEPTUNE, or New ATLAS of Nautical Charts. For the use of the King's Navy. (1693). Original by the royal geographer Alexis-Hubert Jaillot (France, 1632-1712). This reproduction by Bookbinder, Pieter Mortier (Holland, 1661-1711). 17th Century, ANTIQUE, Rare, Art, Book, Illustration, Myth, Mythological Creatures. ... via Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands... ... Eye-catching! They weren't afraid of color back in the day!

Antique Etching by Adriaen van Ostade /The Spinner/

Antique Etching by Adriaen van Ostade /The Spinner

Antique Etching by Adriaen van Ostade /The by VintageHomeShop

Recognize this dreamy, sullen bird? Come on, book nerd, this 17th century Dutch painting is just calling your name.

Calling All Book Nerds: Here's Your Chance To See 'The Goldfinch' Painting In Real Life

THE GOLDFINCH News: Donna Tartt’s bestselling, Pulitzer-winning novel about grief, love and art theft makes its next step towards the big screen

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