Portrait of Agatha Bas by Rembrandt

Portrait of Agatha Bas by Rembrandt

Rembrandt painted this portrait of Agatha Bas in 1641. The original is in the Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace in London having been acquired by King George IV.

Agatha Bas lived in the Sint Anthoniesbreestraat, Amsterdam, close to Rembrandt. There is a companion painting of her husband, Nicolaes van Bembeeck, housed in the Musée Royal des Beaux-Arts, Brussels,


  • The Laughing Cavalier by Frans Hals.
  • Portrait of Agatha Bas by Rembrandt
  • 'The Avenue at Middelharnis' by Meindert Hobbema.
  • Etching by Petrus Arendzen after Alma Tadema
  • Jan Six by Rembrandt.
  • Boors merrymaking outside an Inn by Adriaen van Ostade
  • Elisabeth Jacobs Bas by Rembrandt
  • Interior by Bernard Blommers
  • Francois (?) van der Borght by Anthony Van Dyck

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