Dutch art as objects of patronage and collecting

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After 1579, when the Dutch provinces seceded from the Southern Netherlands, the economy of the Dutch Republic grew rapidly. The unprecedented political and economic situation fundamentally restructured the patronage, collecting, and making of art.


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