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A Panoramic View of Haarlem
Jacob van Ruisdael

In the 1660s and early 1670s Ruisdael painted a series of so-called 'Haarlempjes' – panoramic views of Haarlem and its surrounding bleaching fields – which are among his finest achievements. This is an early example of such a 'Haarlempje'. The figures in the foreground were inserted by his contemporary Adriaen van de Velde.

Key facts
Artist Jacob van Ruisdael
Artist dates 1628/9? - 1682
Full title A Panoramic View of Haarlem
Date made about 1660
Medium and support Oil on canvas
Dimensions 53.5 × 67.5 cm
Inscription summary Signed
Acquisition credit On loan from the Frederick Iseman Art Trust
Inventory number L1247
Location in Gallery Room 26
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