Mauritshuis celebrates 200th anniversary with an eye for women in art and science

On Thursday 10 February, the Mauritshuis in The Hague will open an exhibition of 17th-century paintings, a third of which are painted by women. They are all flower still lifes, a genre in which women were very successful at the time. According to the Mauritshuis, their work even ended up in noble and royal collections, including those of Louis XIV and King-Stadtholder Willem III.


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