Dutch artists

Famous Dutch artists, a guide to websites

Subject categories on this page
  1. Famous Dutch or Flemish Artists

Dutch artists with work on display in art museums.

Dutch master painters.
A selection from Holland History.net

Dutch and Flemish Art in Museums Worldwide
A website from CODAR, an international network organization for museum curators of Dutch and Flemish art. CODART is an independent non-profit foundation based in the Netherlands.

Dutch painters.
A list from Wikipedia.

Golden Age of Dutch painters. 
Wikipedia entries.

Wikipedia entries on Dutch artists.

Famous Dutch or Flemish Artists *

Dibbets, Jan

Jan Dibbets
The Tate Gallery

Jan Dibbets
The Bonnefanten Museum

Doesburg, Theo van

Theo van Doesburg, Guggenheim Collection

Theo van Doesburg
Wikipedia entry.

Theo van Doesburg, works of art in art museums.

Dongen, Kees van

Kees van Dongen

Duras, Marlene

Marlene Duras

Marlene Dumas. The Saatchi Gallery

Marlene Duras. Art museums.

Escher, M. C

M. C. Escher
Art museums.

Escher in Het Paleis

M C Escher. National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.

van Gogh, Vincent

van Gogh, Vincent. Vincent van Gogh

Hals, Frans

Frans Hals. Works on display in art museums. Artcyclopedia

Frans Hals. Wikipedia

Frans Hals. Rijksmuseum

The Frans Hals Museum

Frans Hals, Wikipedia entry. Background, images.

Frans Hals. National Gallery, London

Frans Hals. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Hooch, Pieter de

Pieter de Hooch. Art museums displaying works by Pieter de Hooch.

Pieter De Hooch, Wikipedia entry.

Limbourg brothers

Limbourg brothers.

Website of the 2005 exhibition in Nijmegen,

Annual festival dedicated to the Limbourg brothers in Nijmegen.

Mauve, Anton

Anton Mauve

Anton Mauve
Images from the Memory of the Netherlands website.

Metsu, Gabriel

Gabriel Metsu
The Gabriel Metsu Virtual gallery

Mondrian, Piet

Piet Mondrian Art museums displaying works by Mondrian..

Piet Mondrian, Wikipedia entry.

Rembrandt van Rijn

Rembrandt van Rijn
Art museums displaying works by Rembrandt.

A website focused on multiple aspects related to the work and life of Rembrandt the painter.

Rembrandt van Rijn. 
Le Louvre, Paris

Rembrandt van Rijn
Hermitage Museum, Russia

Rembrandt van Rijn
Staatsgalerie Stuttgart

National Gallery of Art, Washington D. C.

Rubens, Peter

Peter Paul Rubens

WebMuseum. Provides the artist’s biography and a collection of images.

Prado Museum (search)

Louvre Museum

National Gallery, London.

Olga’s Gallery. A comprehensive collection of the images of the artist’s works with biography and historical comments.

Rubens Online. 
Art museums displaying artworks by Rubens.

Saenredam, Pieter Jansz

Pieter Jansz Saenredam

Pieter Jansz Saendredam
Web Gallery of Art

Piter Jansz Saendredam

Pieter Saenredam
The National Gallery

Pieter Saenredam

Steen, Jan Havicksz

Jan Havicksz Steen Online

Jan Steen. Olga’s Gallery

Jan Steen. The Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Jan Steen.Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

Jan Steen. The National Gallery, London

Jan Steen. An image database from Geheugenvannederland

Toorop, Jan

Jan Toorop Research Centre

Jan Toorop. Wikipedia entry.

Jan Toorup. Digitale Bibliotheek

Jan Toorup. Memory of the Netherlands database.

van Gogh, Vincent

van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

Vincent van Gogh, a guide to websites.

van Ruisdael , Jacob

Jacob van Ruisdael. National Gallery

hJacob van Ruisdael. Rijksmuseum

Vermeer, Johannes (Jan)

 Jan Vermeer. Art museums displaying artworks by Vermeer.

Jan Vermeer. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

Johannes Vermeer, Wikipedia entry.

Complete Interactive Vermeer Catalogue

Vermeer Delft Centre: A multimedia centre.

Vermeer. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Vermeer. Mauritshuis Collection, The Hague

Girl with a Pearl Earring

Vermeer. The Royal Collection

Vermeer. The Google Art Project

Vermeer and the School of Delft. Vermeer catalogue, Vermeer image gallery.