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South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology, Ötzi the Iceman

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Bonnefanten Museum, Maastricht.


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The Rotterdam Maritime Museum has a lot of ships laying outside in the Leuvehaven.

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2. Triptych from 13th century Italy.



3. Someday I'll learn how to use UWA effectively, I hope.



4. Traditional vs. modern.


5. A day at the museum.


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Sashi, can you tell us what museum it is where you took that last set of pictures?
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My bad. It was the national gallery of art in Washington, DC.
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Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York.
#1 Great Hall


#2 The Engelhard Court

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The Natural History Museum, London


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Curator follie at the KMSKA (Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp)


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The top painting is a tavern scene by Adriaen van Ostade (1610 - 1685) and the one below also a tavern scene by Jan Van Amstel from the same period.

The top one is hung skewed on purpose to accentuate the rawdy scene on the painting and shows what can happen when drunk people fall over in the corner of the tavern. Our guide told us that every day a few people report a "skewed painting in one of the halls" to the museum officials with the suggestion somebody must have bumped it
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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

..by Adriaen van Ostade (1610 - 1685)
..shows what can happen when drunk people fall over in the corner of the tavern

Hmm at 1685, Dyxum didn't exist yet, so it can't have been a meeting
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