In 1667 the world is looking towards Breda. This is where England, France and the United Provinces, France and Denmark-Norway are discussing peace. But these negotiations were about much more than peace. Trade routes and colonies were at stake. The Treaty of Breda swiftly ended the Second Anglo-Dutch War (1665-1667).
In particular, this exhibition focuses on the news prints of Romeyn de Hooghe. In addition it features works by Caesar van Everdingen, Cornelis van Bergen, Jacob Houbraken, Jan de Baen, Jonas Suyderhoef, Gerard de Lairesse, Karel van Mander II, Mathias de Sallieth, Pieter van Abeele, Romeyn de Hooghe.