The Dutch "Golden Age". (1580s - 1670s). Look for the slides with writing. Study the rest – I will check on Friday!!. The Netherlands: The “Low Country”. Government. 1. The government was dominated by the bourgeoisie whose wealth and power limited the power of the state
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(1580s - 1670s)
Look for the slides with writing. Study the rest – I will check on Friday!!
1. The government was dominated by the bourgeoisie whose wealth and power limited the power of the state
2. Government was run by representative institutions
View of DoerdrechtAelbert Cuyp, 1650s
First built in 1300.
Interior of the Oude Kerk in Amsterdam - Emmanuel De Witt
Catholic “Hidden” Churchin the Attic, Amsterdam, 1630s
Interior of a Portuguese Synagogue in Amsterdam – Emmanuel De Witte
Portrait of an Old Jewish ManRembrandt, 1654
Beware of Luxury – Jan Steen
Still Life with Gilt GobletWilliam Heda, 1635
Upper-class Homes, AmsterdamEarly 1600s
The Burgher of Delft & HisDaughter – Jan Steen
The Leiden Baker & His WifeJan Steen
A Young Woman with a Water Jug - Jan Vermeer, 1662
Girl with a Pearl EarringJan Vermeer, 1665
Dutch East India Ship, mid-17c
Return of the Dutch East IndiaFleet, 1599
Amsterdam Stock Market (Bourse)Emmanuel De Witte, 1653
Jewish refugees helped found it in 1602.
Sampling Officials of the Drapers Guild – Rembrandt - 1662
The Lace MakerNicolaes Maes
The Lace MakerJan Vermeer, 1669-1670
The Account KeeperNicolaes Maes, 1656
A Woman Holding a BalanceJan Vermeer, 1662
View of DelftJan Vermeer, 1660-1661
Dutch West IndiaCompany, 1621
Fort Orange (Albany, NY)in New Netherlands
Settled in 1624.
Official Flag of the NYC Seal of the City of NY.
Early 20c Dutch Revival Building in NYC.
“Africa” Center PanelJan van der Heyden, 1664-66
Dutch Ship in NagasakiLate 18c
- provincial level
- held virtually all the power
- strong advocates of local independence
- States General representative from each province
- responsible for defense and order
- federal assembly
- foreign affairs (war)
- all issues had to be referred to the local Estates
Philip II consolidated Hapsburg landsat the end of the 16c.
The Spanish Netherlands:Union of Utrecht, 1579
The United Provinces still recognized Spanish rule, but, in 1581, they declared their independence.
The Night Watch – Rembrandt, 1642
King William III Queen Mary II ascend the throne of England in 1689 after the Glorious Revolution.