Photo © 2006 Holly Hayes/Art History Images. All rights reserved.
|Caption:||The drawing room (sael), designed by the wealthy merchant owner to receive guests. Its stately furnishings make it one of the most impressive 17th-century rooms left in Amsterdam. The main artwork is a 17th-century Dutch copy of a painting by the Venetian Andrea Schiavone (1510-63) depicting the Presentation of Jesus in the Temple. Museum Amstelkring (Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder, "Our Lord in the Attic"), built in 1661 inside a private house. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.|
|Keywords:||amstelkring amsterdam attic c17 catholic chapel church clandestine drawing room dutch europe hidden holland house inside interior museum netherlands north holland ons lieve heer op solder our lord in the attic reception room sael secret year1661|
|Digital Size:||3600 x 2385 pixels|
|Print Sizes:||15.0 x 9.9 inches @ 240 dpi|
12.0 x 8.0 inches @ 300 dpi
|Created:||November 25, 2006|
|Uploaded:||May 20, 2010|