Some etchings by Dutch and Flemish masters of the seventeenth century are now on view upon the south and east walls of the print room in the Fogg Museum. They include works by Rembrandt, Van der Vliet, Both, Paul Potter, Bol, Ruysdael, Van Ostade, Teniers, Berchem, Van de Velde, and others. These works have an especial interest as illustrating the Dutch feeling for landscape and common life at the time when such subjects were first treated independently.
Old Etchings in Fogg Museum.
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