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Timken Museum of Art


The Timken Museum of Art displays a small, but excellent group of Dutch and Flemish paintings from its permanent collection at all times. These works date from the mid-fifteenth through the seventeenth centuries and include important examples by Petrus Christus, Pieter Brueghel the Elder, Frans Hals, Pieter Claesz., Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck, Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, Gabriel Metsu, Emmanuel de Witte, and Jacob van Ruisdael. The Timken’s permanent collection thus represents some of the finest examples of Netherlandish devotional painting, portraiture, landscape, genre, and still life in a single, serene gallery space alongside the museum’s other very fine French, Italian, Russian and Anglo-American collections.

Derrick Cartwright, Director of Curatorial Affairs (December 2019)

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