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Krannert Art Museum


Krannert Art Museum (KAM) houses approximately 160 Dutch and 65 Flemish works dating from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries, with the highest concentration from the seventeenth century.  This includes paintings by Dutch Old Masters such as Abraham van Beyeren, Hendrik van den Burgh, Frans Hals, Paulus Hennekyn, Johan Jongkind, Jacob Maris, Jacob van Ruisdael, Anna Ruysch, as well as Flemish paintings by Joos van Craesbeeck, the Master of the Saint Ursula Legend, David Teniers II, and Lodewijk de Vadder.  KAM also possesses the largest collection of early modern Dutch political prints in North America, including works by Claes Jansz Visscher, Romeyn de Hooghe, and Abraham Bloteling.  In addition, KAM collects Netherlandish ceramics such as Delftware and Rozenburg pottery.

Maureen Warren, Curator of European and American Art (October 2019)

Related CODART publications

Dr. Maureen Warren, “Building a Collection of Dutch Political Prints for Krannert Art Museum”, CODARTfeatures, December 2019.

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