Pieter de Hooch Art Photos

Pieter de Hooch (1629-1684) a Dutch painter.

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Woman with a child in a pantry painting by Pieter de Hooch at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Mother delousing her child's hair painting by Pieter de Hooch at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Female drinker painting by Pieter de Hooch of Amsterdam at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Dutch Courtyard painting by Pieter de Hooch at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
Woman with a child in a pantry painting (c1656-60) by Pieter de Hooch at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Mother delousing her child's hair (aka A Mother's Duty) painting (c1658-60) by Pieter de Hooch at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Female drinker painting (1658) by Pieter de Hooch of Amsterdam at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Dutch Courtyard painting (c1660) by Pieter de Hooch at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
Interior with women beside a linen cupboard painting by Pieter de Hooch at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Figures in courtyard behind a house painting by Pieter de Hooch at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait of a Family Playing Music by Pieter de Hooch at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.Man handing a letter to a woman in entrance hall of a house painting by Pieter de Hooch at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.
Interior with women beside a linen cupboard painting (1663) by Pieter de Hooch at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Figures in courtyard behind a house painting (c1663-5) by Pieter de Hooch at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait of a Family Playing Music (1663) by Pieter de Hooch at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.Man handing a letter to a woman in entrance hall of a house painting (1670) by Pieter de Hooch at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.
Game of Skittles painting by Pieter de Hooch of The Netherlands at Cincinnati Art Museum. Cincinnati, OH.


Game of Skittles painting (c1680) by Pieter de Hooch of The Netherlands at Cincinnati Art Museum. Cincinnati, OH.



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