Van Rijn (1606–1669): Betende alte Frau, Residenzgalerie Salzburg, Inv.-Nr. 549.

In three rooms, the Residenzgalerie Salzburg exhibits highlights from the baroque Dutch and Flemish collections, together with masterworks of 19th‑century Austrian painting.

The nucleus of this small presentation is Rembrandt’s Old Woman Praying, together with contemporary Dutch and Flemish paintings which were acquired by the Province of Salzburg from the former Viennese collection of Count Czernin, and which are among the Province’s most valuable stocks of paintings. On display are pioneering landscapes by Jan van Goyen, Aelbert Cuyp, Paulus Potter and Salomon van Ruysdael, as well as the famous breakfast still life by Jan Davidsz de Heem.

 

Selected from the top-quality stock of 19th‑century Austrian paintings are Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller’s Children at the Window and Hans Makart’s Amalie.

Jan Brueghel the Elder (1568 – 1625), Village Landscape with Figures and Cows, 1609

 

Idea, concept & implementation
Mag.a Astrid Ducke, Dr. Thomas Habersatter

Lenders
Mag. Dr. Wolfgang Richter
Wolfgang Tauderer

The catalogue is available in the shop of the Residenzgalerie in the DomQuartier Salzburg and online in the online shop.