The Rijksmuseum aims to connect people, art and history. Hence the surprising collection of useful utensils and accessories with prints or excerpts from old Dutch masterpieces. Making art a little more accessible!
Espresso cups - set of 2
Marten & Oopjen
Drink your espresso in style from these espresso cups Marten & Oopjen, decorated with the most important fragments from both paintings by Rembrandt. Nice at home and also perfect as a gift, packed in a beautiful Rijksmuseum gift box.
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Set of 2 espresso cups Marten & Oopjen
For everyone who likes to drink their espresso in style, there is this beautiful espresso set Marten & Oopjen. The 2 espresso cups are decorated with Marten and Oopjen, 2 beautiful portraits by Rembrandt. These espresso cups are specially designed for the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Also very suitable as a gift, because the set comes in a beautiful gift box.
About Marten and Oopjen
Marten Soolmans posed for Rembrandt van Rijn in 1643, to be forever immortalised. It was commonplace for wealthy people of that time to commission a portrait of themselves. However, a portrait by Rembrandt, the most sought-after painter of that time, was only reserved for the wealthiest. As an acquaintance of Rembrandt and the son of a wealthy Flemish immigrant, that owned a successful sugar factory in Amsterdam, Marten was lucky. Self-assured and dolled up as always, he posed. Oopjen already lived in Amsterdam. She came from a wealthy family of traders in grain and gunpowder, and her father wielded a lot of influence in Amsterdam. Oopjen wore a less-decorated robe, but her black silk dress and jewellery show the quality and richness of that time. The original portraits of Marten and Oopjen are on display in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
About the Amsterdam Rijksmuseum
The Rijksmuseum is the most iconic museum in The Netherlands. In 2013 the completely renovated museum opened her doors to the public in the renovated Cathedral of Cuypers at the Museum square in Amsterdam. A breathtaking building with fantastic decor and beautiful exhibits. The Rijks has existed for over 200 years and has been in various locations. In 1885 the museum settled in and officially opened in the Cathedral of Cuypers and became 'The Rijks' as we know it to this day.
|Painter||: Rembrandt van Rijn|
|Decoration||: Marten & Oopjen|
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