In pictures: Dutch Artists in the Age of Vermeer

Twenty seven of the Royal Collection’s finest pieces of Dutch art, dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, will be on display at Buckingham Palace this November

Ludolf de Jongh, 'A Formal Garden: Three Ladies Surprised by a Gentleman', c.1676

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‘A Woman at her Toilet’, by Jan Steen, 1663


‘The Interior of a Peasant’s Cottage’, by Adriaen van Ostade, 1668

‘A Courtyard in Delft at Evening: a Woman Spinning’, by Pieter de Hooch, c1657

‘Lady at the Virginals with a Gentleman or ‘The Music Lesson’, by Johannes Vermeer, 1662-5

‘The Cello Player’, by Gabriel Metsu, c1658

‘The Grocer’s Shop: a Woman Selling Grapes’, by Gerrit Dou, 1672

‘The Neglected Lute’, by Willem van Mieris, c1708

‘An Old Man and a Girl at a Vegetable and Fish Stall’, by Willem van Mieris, 1732

A Girl Selling Grapes to an Old Woman’, by Frans van Mieris the Elder, c1658

Masters of the Everyday: Dutch Artists in the Age of Vermeer is on show at The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace, London, from 13 November–14 February 2016. For more information, and to book tickets, visit the Royal Collection website


Images courtesy of Royal Collection Trust © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2015