17th century paintings of Dutch churches interiors by Pieter Saenredam (1597-1655).Collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

"Interior of the Church of Saint Bavo in Haarlem." 1636.
“Interior of the Church of Saint Bavo in Haarlem.” 1636. Oil on panel. Image © Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. One of their images just made available for free download. Fair use license. via https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/rijksstudio/artists/pieter-jansz-saenredam/objects#/SK-A-359,1
"Interior of the Sint-Odulphuskerk in Assendelft." 1649.
“Interior of the Sint-Odulphuskerk in Assendelft.” 1649. Oil on panel. Image © Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. One of their images just made available for free download. Fair use license. via https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/rijksstudio/artists/pieter-jansz-saenredam/objects#/SK-C-217,0
"The Transept of the Mariakerk in Utrecht, seen from the Northeast." 1637.
“The Transept of the Mariakerk in Utrecht, seen from the Northeast.” 1637. Image © Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. One of their images just made available for free download. Fair use license. via https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/rijksstudio/artists/pieter-jansz-saenredam/objects#/SK-A-858,5

 

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Tea kettles to make the Earl Gray want to dance around the kitchen. Dutch master of decorating up anything metallic J. C. Stoffels (1878-1952). Nieuwe Kunst in style, Art Nouveau with a Dutch twist.

Tea kettle. ca. 1905.
Tea kettle. ca. 1905. Brass. Designed by Stoffels and manufactured by the Onder den Sint Maarten. Image © 2006-2019 by Botterweg Auctions Amsterdam B.V. Fair use license. via https://www.botterweg.com/Stoffels_J_C/Onder_den_Sint_Maarten/tabid/298/lotid/26733/Lot-26733.aspx?language=en-US
Tea kettle. ca. 1902-1904.
Tea kettle. ca. 1902-1904. Copper and brass with cane handle and ivory knob. Boiler (kettle) designed by Stoffels for Onder den Saint Maarten. Image courtesy of the maker’s grandson, Peter de Rijcke. via https://scontent.fnyc1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/52886960_1387144951422530_7169981170870910976_n.jpg?
Kettle with floor burner. ca. 1908-1910.
Kettle with floor burner. ca. 1908-1910. Brass. Floor burner designed by Stoffels for W. J. Stokvis, Arnhem. Kettle made elsewhere, perhaps Kurz Tiel. via http://lerimgas.pw/Found-on-wwwbotterwegcom-Copper-kettle-on-burner-design.html
Burner with boiler. 1908.
Burner with boiler. 1908. Brass. Burner and boiler both designed by Stoffels. Collection of the Drents Museum, Assen. Cc0 License 3.0. via https://www.collectienederland.nl/detail/foldout/void_edmrecord/dcn_musea-in-drenthe_oai-d47f053d-4d05-4a0a-c6a2-0a85edc06a79-004a0f9a-dc1f-f699-3605-f5f7d1b0f651
Tea and coffee set. 1902-1904.
Tea and coffee set. 1902-1904. Copper and brass. Teapot on stove designed by J. Blinxma. Coffee pot, sugar bowl and jardiniere designed by J.C. Stoffels. Tray by another maker. All items but for the tray made by Onder de Sint Maarten. Image © Auction Catawiki. Fair use license. via https://auction.catawiki.com/kavels/11802893-j-c-stoffels-and-j-blinxma-for-onder-den-sint-maarten-collection-copper-ware

Nieuwe Kunst earthenware made in the Netherlands by Jacob and Klaas Vet at their Arnhemsche Fayencefabriek. Early 20th century.

Lindus, vase. 1920-1925.
Lindus, vase. 1920-1925. Image © National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia. Fair use license. via https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/explore/collection/work/67022/
Teapots. ca. 1909.
Teapots. ca. 1909. Image © Serviezendomein.nl. Collection of Benno Steenaert. Photo credit: Benno Steenaert. Fair use license. via https://www.serviezendomein.nl/Arnhemsche-Fayencefabriek-pag2.html
Vase. ca. 1925.
Vase. ca. 1925. via https://www.ebay.com/itm/LARGE-ARNHEM-ART-POTTERY-VASE-GOUDA/323310130979?hash=item4b46c91723:g:xbIAAOxye2lSUb-k:rk:3:pf:0
Clock. 1910.
Clock. 1910. Image © Cooper Hewitt Museum, New York. Fair use license. via https://www.cooperhewitt.org/2018/08/11/nieuwe-kunst-nieuwe-clock/

Portraits of people mostly in black but with children trying to have fun around the edges by portraitists of the Dutch Golden Age. Mid 16th century.

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“Portrait of Michiel van der Dussen, his Wife, Wilhelmina van Setten and their Children.” 1640. Dutch. Hendrick Corneliszoon van Vliet, artist (1611/12-1675). Collection of the Collection Stedelijk Museum Het Prinsenhof, Delft. In the public domain. via http://www.wikiwand.com/en/Hendrick_Cornelisz._van_Vliet
"Portrait of Jan Jacobsz Hinlopen and his Family." ca. 1662-63.
“Portrait of Jan Jacobsz Hinlopen and his Family.” ca. 1662-63. Gabriël Metsu, painter (1629-1667). Collection of the Staatliche Museen, Berlin. In the public domain. via http://arthistorynewsreport.blogspot.com/2014/09/gabriel-metsu-rediscovered-master-of.html
"Familienporträt des Hendrik van den Broucke" (detail). 1564.
“Familienporträt des Hendrik van den Broucke” (detail). 1564. Cornelis de Zeeuw, painter. In the public domain. via https://www.repro-tableaux.com/a/zeeuw.html?sfl=1&INCLUDE=LIST
"Family Portrait of Pierre de Moucheron, Merchant in Middelburg and Antwerp, his Wife Isabeau de Gerbier, their eighteen Children, their Son-in-Law Allard de la Dale and first Grandchild." 1563.
“Family Portrait of Pierre de Moucheron, Merchant in Middelburg and Antwerp, his Wife Isabeau de Gerbier, their eighteen Children, their Son-in-Law Allard de la Dale and first Grandchild.” 1563. Artist not known. Collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. In the public domain. via

Birds to chirp their way into the front parlor by Dutch lithographer and painter Theodorus van Hoytema, or Hoijtema. Living from 1863 to 1917 his bird calendars decorated homes all over the Netherlands.

"The Return of the Stork." 1893.
“The Return of the Stork.” 1893. Oil on canvas. Collection of the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via http://msdresen.blogspot.com/2014/05/theo-van-hoytema.html
"Swans in the river." 1898.
“Swans in the river.” 1898. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hoytema-Swans.jpg
"Ducks." Undated.
“Ducks.” Undated. Watercolor. Collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. In the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1924. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ducks.jpeg

More Art Deco fabulousness found in one of the deeper back corners of the internet. Artwork from art magazine Wendingen, printed in Amsterdam between 1918 and 1932.

Cover, Volume 12, Number 11/12. 1931.
Cover, Volume 12, Number 11/12. 1931. Lithograph on paper. Zietsma, designer. Collection of Smithsonian Institution Libraries. Fair use license. via https://collection.cooperhewitt.org/objects/68776049/
Cover. #3 on Diego Rivera. 1929.
Cover. #3 on Diego Rivera. 1929. Victor Huszar, designer. In the public domain due to age. via http://designblog.rietveldacademie.nl/?m=201105
Cover of edition 60.
Cover of edition 60. In the public domain due to age. via https://bloggingmarieke.wordpress.com/2014/10/23/wendingen/
Cover for issue 12, 1927.
Cover for issue 12, 1927. Tine Baanders, designer. In the public domain due to age. via https://www.marktplaats.nl/a/boeken/kunst-en-cultuur-architectuur/m1342350137-wendingen-1927-12-tine-baanders.html?c=8c285449651fa109c354bbabe740c1b&previousPage

Phantasmagoria by artist Jan Toorop who grew up under a tropical sun in the Dutch East Indies and died in the murk of a European early spring. Born in 1858 he died in 1928. Part Symbolist, part Jugendstil and part I don’t know what . . . .

"Fatality." 1893.
“Fatality.” 1893. Chalk, pencil and paper. Collection of the Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, Netherlands. Artwork in the public domain. via https://www.wikiart.org/en/jan-toorop/fatality-1893.
"Souls around the Sphinx." 1892-97.
“Souls around the Sphinx.” 1892-97. Ink, pencil and embossed drawing. Collection of the Gemeentenmuseum, the Hague. Cc licence 1.0. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Jan_Toorop_De_Sphinx_28102016_1.jpg.
"O grave, where is thy Victory." 1892.
“O grave, where is thy Victory.” 1892. Paper. Collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. In the public domain. via https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/collection/RP-T-1960-243.