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The Old Stock Exchange of Amsterdam

The Old Stock Exchange of Amsterdam

Job Berckheyde (in circa 1670)

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  • Livia Parnes asked

    HI, I would like to ask for a reproduction of this (The old stock exchange of Amsterdam) in high resolution for a travelling exhibition on panels that I am preparing in Paris (no commercial use / pedagogical circulation). I will be grateful if you could pPease advise how to proceed. Best regards, Livia Parnes

  • Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen answered

    Dear Livia, thank you for your question. For requests regarding images you can find more information on this page: https://www.boijmans.nl/en/image-requests. Kind regards, Sofie


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The painting excellently documents the expansion of the Exchange in 1668, based on a design by the Amsterdam architect Daniël Stalpaert. The most important change was the merging of the two southern gate buildings into one building with a classic facade on the Rokin. A statue of Mercury, the god of trade, by Bartholomeus Eggers was erected between the two hallways. The sculpture can be seen to the left between the two open arches; Mercury's caduceus staff stands out against the sun-lit fronts on the Rokin.

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Title The Old Stock Exchange of Amsterdam
Material and technique Oil on canvas
Object type
Painting > Painting > Two-dimensional object > Art object
Location This object is in storage
Dimensions Height 85.5 cm
Width 105.5 cm
Artists Schilder: Job Berckheyde
Accession number 1043 (OK)
Credits Aankoop / Purchase: 1866
Department Old Masters
Acquisition date 1866
Age artist About 40 years old
Geographical origin Northern Netherlands > The Netherlands > Western Europe > Europe

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Job Berckheyde

Haarlem 1630 - Haarlem 1693

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