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The battle between carnival and fasting. Scene from series of the so-called picture arch-like paintings. Oil on oak wood painted 1559 by Pieter Brueghel the Elder (1526/1530–1569), Southern Netherlandish painter, draughtsman and printmaker. Collection: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria. Public Domain.

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Mahatma Gandhi with Lord and Lady Mountbatten, 1947. Se om Indiens selvstændighed 15. august 1947 nedenfor. Photo: No 9 Army Film & Photographic Unit, British Government. Public Domain.

1947

Jewish Ghetto in Amsterdam, Nederlands. WS street with large street sign: JUDEN VIERTEL JOODSCHE WIJK. 1942. See about the Dutch protests against persecutions of jews, January 25. 1941. Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid.

1941

Stauning på Folketingets talerstol, 27. februar 1939.

1873

The Night Watch. The Company of Frans Banning Cocq and Willem van Ruytenburgh. Oil on canvas painted 1642 by Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669). Collection: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Nederlands. Public Domain.

1606

Erasmus visiting Thomas More in 1509. Interior with Gothic details, depicting six people, including Erasmus (standing) and Thomas More (second from the right). Erasmus probably reads from the Praise of Folly that he wrote and dedicated to him at the home of his friend Thomas More (Encomium Morae). In frame, gilded pâte, heavily decorated with leaf motifs, inner frame with chamfered corners. Oil on canvas painted in 1862 by Sybrand Altmann (1822-1890), Dutch painter and draughtsman. Collection: Historical Gallery of Arti and Amicitiae, Amsterdam. Purchased with a subsidy from the Erasmus Foundation Rotterdam. (CC BY-SA 3.0).

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Amsterdam - Zwanenburgwal / Amstel - View West on Statue of Benedictus de Spinoza. Statue made 2008 by Nicolaas Lambertus Maria (Nicolas) Dings (1953-), Dutch sculptor and draughtsman. Photo: Taken 2008 by Txllxt TxllxT. (CC BY-SA 4.0).

1632

Descartes at the Court of Christina of Sweden. In 1646, the 19-year old Swedish queen Kristina, ever curious for knowledge, began to correspondence with Descartes, that focused on the issue of hate and love. Eventually she invited Descartes to come to Sweden. René Descartes arrived in Stockholm on October 1649, and resided with the French ambassador Chanut. However he had to wait until December 18 before starting private lessons with the young queen, lessons that gave her an insight into Catholicism, the religion to which she later on converted. Kristina’s schedule was rigid, and their private lessons in philosophy and religion were scheduled for 5 in the morning in the freezing castle library. Perhaps that was too much for the aging Frenchman, who was used to sleeping in. On February 1650, Descartes fell ill with pneumonia, and he died ten days later. Oil on canvas painted by Pierre Louis Dumesnil (1698-1781), French painter. Collection: Musée National des Châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon, France. (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0).

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Flora's crazy wagon. Allegory of the Tulip Mania. The goddess of flowers is riding along with three drinking and money weighing men and two women on a car. Weavers from Haarlem have thrown away their equipment and are following the car. The destiny of the car is shown in the background: it will disappear in the sea. Oil on panel painted 1637/1638 by Hendrik Gerritsz Pot (1580/1581–1657), Dutch painter, draughtsman and miniaturist. Collection: Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, Netherlands Photo: van Diepen en Fuhri Snethlage (1990), Frans Hals museum.

1637

The Ratification of the Spanish-Dutch Treaty of Münster, by swearing an oath (with two fingers raised), 15 May 1648 - The painting is not about the more famous Treaty of Münster signed by France, the Holy Roman Emperor and their respective allies on 24 October 1648. Among the depicted people: Gaspar de Bracamonte, 3rd Count of Peñaranda (1595–1676), Spanish diplomat and statesman and Antoine Brun (1599–1654), baron d'Aspremont, Burgundian diplomat in the service of Philip IV of Spain. Oil on copper by Gerard ter Borch (1617–1681), Dutch painter, draughtsman and miniaturist. Collection: Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Nederlands. Public Domain.

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