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Museum De Lakenhal inspireert, verbindt, vernieuwt!

Museum De Lakenhal inspireert, verbindt, vernieuwt!

'Blue Table Cloth 1' by Scottish artist Sandy Murphy (b.1956). Oil on canvas, 40 x 42 in. source: The Panter & Hall Gallery. via Craft Town Scotland

'Blue Table Cloth 1' by Scottish artist Sandy Murphy (b.1956). Oil on canvas, 40 x 42 in. source: The Panter & Hall Gallery. via Craft Town Scotland

Now on show in the Philips Wing: Artwork of 100,000 tulip petals by Jennifer Tee  The artwork ‘Tulip Palepai, navigating the river of the world’ – inspired by the traditional Palepai (ship cloths) of southern Sumatra – depicts two large ships with prow and mast. Tee’s 18-metre-long artwork was commissioned by Amsterdam’s City Council for the new metro entrance hall at Centraal Station. Tee’s choice for the traditional ship cloth motif stems from the artwork’s intended setting: the gateway…

Now on show in the Philips Wing: Artwork of 100,000 tulip petals by Jennifer Tee The artwork ‘Tulip Palepai, navigating the river of the world’ – inspired by the traditional Palepai (ship cloths) of southern Sumatra – depicts two large ships with prow and mast. Tee’s 18-metre-long artwork was commissioned by Amsterdam’s City Council for the new metro entrance hall at Centraal Station. Tee’s choice for the traditional ship cloth motif stems from the artwork’s intended setting: the gateway…

"Gertrude Sadler, Lady Aston", ca. 1620-23, by an unknown British artist. Gertrude Sadler was the wife of Sir Walter Aston, Lord Forfar, who was appointed as James I's ambassador to Spain in 1620. It may be that the woman shown here is another Lady Aston: Magdalena, wife of Sir Thomas Aston of Aston Hall, in Cheshire.

"Gertrude Sadler, Lady Aston", ca. 1620-23, by an unknown British artist. Gertrude Sadler was the wife of Sir Walter Aston, Lord Forfar, who was appointed as James I's ambassador to Spain in 1620. It may be that the woman shown here is another Lady Aston: Magdalena, wife of Sir Thomas Aston of Aston Hall, in Cheshire.

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Sir Robert Walpole (1676–1745), Prime Minister by Stephen Slaughter, 1742. He is shown seated in the robes of Chancellor of the Exchequer with his garter ribbon, badge and star proudly displayed.

Sir Robert Walpole (1676–1745), Prime Minister by Stephen Slaughter, 1742. He is shown seated in the robes of Chancellor of the Exchequer with his garter ribbon, badge and star proudly displayed.

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