Rijks Museum Amsterdam


Rijks Museum
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

We have made life-size replicas of three paintings from the Rijks Museum Amsterdam collection:

  1. “ Fragment of The Banquet of the Civic Guard to celebrate The Treaty of Münster 1648 “ by BARTHOLOMEUS VAN DER HELST (1613 – 1670) Height: 232 cm x width: 547 cm. The life-size replica was made for the Jeroen Bosch Centre in the city of ‘s- Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands.

    We are most grateful to the Rijks Museum in Amsterdam for allowing us to photograph the “ Fragment of The Banquet of the Civic Guard to celebrate The Treaty of Münster 1648 “ in the summer of 2005.

  2. " The Cyndics of the Clothmaker's Guild 1662 ", by REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (1606/07 - 1669). Height: 191.5 cm x width: 279 cm, copyright 2005, Now for sale in house Breehorn, Castricum, Bakkum, The Netherlands. Exhibited in Aduard Chapel in the month of April 2003.
  3. "Vanitas stillife ca. 1627", JAN LIEVENS (1607 - 1674). Technique: Repromasters reproduction in 3-D relief. Layers strategically calculated and measured at original in Lelystad in 2011. Layers of calcium carbonate replicated on panel under 1,050 dots per inch (colour proof and authorised) inkjet. Completed with Ultra Violet varnish filter and suited in frame.




Portfolio
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001

BARTHOLOMEUS VAN DER HELST 1613 – 1670
Fragment of The Banquet of the Civic Guard to celebrate The Treaty of Münster 1648
Height: 232 cm, width: 547 cm

002

REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN 1606 – 1669
The Cyndics of the Clothmaker's Guild 1662
Height: 191.5 cm, width: 279 cm

003

REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN 1606 – 1669
Jeremiah lamenting the destruction of Jerusalem
Height: 58 cm, width: 46 cm

004

JOHANNES CORNELISZ VERSPRONCK 1597 – 1662
Portrait of a girl dressed in blue
Height: 82 cm, width: 66.5 cm

005

PIETER DE HOOCH 1629 – ca. 1683
The messenger
Height: 68 cm, width: 59 cm

006

JAN ASSELYN 1610 – 1652
The threatened swan
Height: 144 cm width: 171 cm

007

AART VAN DER NEER 1603/04 – 1677
River view by moonlight
Height: 55 cm, width: 103 cm

008

AART VAN DER NEER 1603/04 – 1677
River view in the winter
Height: 64 cm, width: 79 cm

009

AMBROSIUS BOSSCHAERT 1573 – 1621
Flower piece
Height: 31 cm, width: 22.5 cm

010

FLORIS VAN DIJCK 1575 – 1651
Still life with cheeses
Height: 82.5 cm, width: 111.2 cm

011

FRANS HALS 1581 – 1666 & PIETER CODDE 1599 – 1678
‘The Meagre Company’
Height: 209 cm, width: 429 cm

012

GERARD DOU 1613 – 1675
Rembrandt’s mother
Height: 71 cm, width: 55.5 cm

013

HENDRICK AVERCAMP 1585 – 1634
Winter landscape with ice skaters
Height: 87.5 cm, width: 132 cm

014

HANS BOULENGIER 1600 – 1645
Still life with flowers
Height: 68 cm, width: 54.5 cm

015

JACOB ISAACKSZ VAN RUISDAEL 1628/29 – 1682
The windmill near Wijk bij Duurstede
Height: 83 cm, width: 101 cm

016

JAN BRUEGHEL I 1568 – 1625
Flowers in a glass
Height: 24.5 cm, width: 19 cm

017

JAN VAN HUYSUM 1682 – 1749
Flowers and fruit
Height: 66.5 cm width: 52 cm

018

JAN LIEVENS 1607 – 1674
Vanitas still life ca. 1627
Height: 91 cm, width: 120 cm

019

JAN STEEN 1626 – 1679
The dancing lesson
Height: 68.5 cm, width: 59 cm

020

JAN STEEN 1626 – 1679
The feast of St. Nicholas
Height: 82 cm, width: 70.5 cm

021

JAN STEEN 1626 – 1679
The merry family
Height: 110.5 cm width:141 cm

022

JOHANNES VERMEER 1632 – 1675
The Kitchen Maid
Height: 45.5 cm, width: 41 cm

023

JOHANNES VERMEER 1632 – 1675
The Love Letter
Height: 44 cm, width: 38.5 cm

024

JOHANNES VERMEER 1632 – 1675
Woman reading a letter
Height: 46.5 width: 39 cm

025

JOSEF ISRAELS 1824 – 1911
Children of the sea
Height: 48.5 width: 93.5 cm

026

PAUL JOSEPH CONSTANTIN GABRIËL 1828 – 1903
In the month of July
Height: 102 cm, width: 66 cm

027

PAULUS MOREELSE 1571 – 1638
Portrait of a girl, known as ‘The Princess’
Height: 78 cm, width: 62.5 cm

028

PIETER CLAESZ 1597 – 1660
Still life with turkey-pie
Height: 75 cm, width: 132 cm

029

PIETER DE HOOCH 1629 ca. 1683
The pantry
Height: 65 cm, width: 60.5 cm

030

PIETER DE HOOCH 1629 ca. 1683
A mother’s duties
Height: 52.5 cm, width: 61 cm

031

PIETER DE HOOCH 1629 ca. 1683
The country cottage (no measurements yet)

032

PIETER DE HOOCH 1629 – 1683
The linen chest
Height: 72 cm, width: 77.5 cm

033

REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN 1606 – 1669
Self-portrait as the Apostle Paul
Height: 91 cm, width: 77 cm

034

REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN 1606 – 1669
The stone bridge
Height: 29.5 cm, width: 42.5 cm

035

REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN 1606 – 1669
The Jewish Bride
Height: 121.5 cm, width: 166.5 cm

036

REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN 1606 – 1669
Rembrandt’s mother
Height: 60 cm, width: 48 cm

037

REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN 1606 – 1669
The Nightwatch
Height: 363 cm, width: 437 cm

038

VINCENT VAN GOGH 1853 – 1890
Self-portrait
Height: 42 cm, width: 34 cm

039

WILLEM CLAESZ HEDA 1594 – 1680 Still life
Height: 44.5 cm, width: 62 cm



The Rijksmuseum is the national museum of the Netherlands, located on the Museumplein in Amsterdam. It is dedicated to art and history.
It has a large collection of paintings from the Dutch Golden Age and a substantial collection of Asian art.

The museum was founded in 1800 in The Hague to exhibit the collections of the Dutch stadtholders. In 1885 the museum moved to its current location, designed by the Dutch architect Pierre Cuypers featuring gothic and renaissance elements.

The museum has a prominent position on the Museumplein, near the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk Museum. After almost 10 years of renovation the museum reopened in April 2013.