Interior with Women beside a Linen Cupboard
|This scene of domestic virtue dates from De Hooch’s Amsterdam period. In a richly appointed house, two women put freshly pressed linen into a cupboard. They have hitched up their skirts to keep them clean while doing household chores. In the doorway a child plays with a kolfstok, a kind of hockey stick. Brightly lit canal houses can be see. Date: 1663. Object ID: SK-C-1191.
|Pieter de Hooch, painter (1629–1679)
|canvas, oil paint
|Rijksmuseum / City of Amsterdam
|Public Domain Dedication (CC0 1.0)
|linen-closet house child painting sculpture reproduction Perseus Gorgon head Women beside Linen Cupboard Linen Chest Pieter de Hooch
|Stock image ref
|6,901 x 6,312 pixels
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