Explore highlights from the National Gallery's collection of Dutch paintings
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About the trail
This trail looks at six highlights from the National Gallery's collection of 17th-century Dutch paintings. It provides a glimpse of life in the Netherlands some 350 years ago.
Who is the trail for?
It is aimed at adults, though families with children can enjoy discovering the paintings together.
Dutch paintings in the National Gallery
The National Gallery has the finest collection of 17th-century Dutch paintings outside the Netherlands, thanks to the taste of two important Englishmen.
King George IV (1762–1830) was an enthusiastic admirer of art of this period and his Prime Minister, Sir Robert Peel, had a magnificent collection that came to the National Gallery after his death.
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