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Asia > Amsterdam

With 170 objects from China, Japan, India and Batavia, the exhibition Asia in Amsterdam (17 October 2015 to 17 January 2016) tells the story of the excitement created by the Asian treasures that were shipped to Holland in the Golden Age. Lacquer work, ivory, silver, silk, ebony, jewellery and enormous quantities of porcelain poured into Amsterdam, the then bustling ‘capital of the world’. rijksmuseum.nl/asia-in-amsterdam
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Bloempiramide van Delfts aardewerk, Anonymous, c. 1690 - c. 1720

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Cabinet (with an elephant hunt and the island of Matara), c. 1660-1670. Wood, tortoiseshell, overlaid with carved ivory. The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Purchased with the assistance of the Friends of the Ashmolean Museum

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Willem Kalf, Still life with a Chinese bowl, a nautilus cup and fruit, 1662

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Johannes Hudde (1628-1704). Burgemeester van Amsterdam en wiskundige, Michiel van Musscher, 1686

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Ewer and basin, De Grieksche A, widow Pieter Adriaensz. Kocx-Van der Heul, c. 1701 - c. 1722

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Cradle, Anonymous, c. 1650 - c. 1700

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Joan Nieuhoff, Delftware plaque with chinoiserie-images, ca. 1670-1690

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Frederick Henry, his Consort Amalia of Solms, and their Three Youngest Daughters, Gerard van Honthorst, c. 1647

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Chest, attributed to Koami-werkplaats, c. 1635 - c. 1645

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Asia > Amsterdam. Photo: Erik Smits

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