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File:Jan van Huchtenburg - De slag aan de Boyne.jpg


Title Battle of the Boyne between James II and William III, 11 June 1690.
Date between 1690 and 1733
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 110 cm (43.3 in). Width: 169 cm (66.5 in).
Accession number SK-A-605
Object history 20 June 1803: purchased by the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Inscriptions Signature bottom centre: J.v Hugtenburg F

Rijksmuseum Amsterdam online catalogue, as Jan van Huchtenburg, De slag aan de Boyne (Ierland) tussen Jacobus II en Willem III, 12 juli 1690, 1690-1733.

RKDimages, Art-work number 70476, as After Jan van Huchtenburg (?), De Slag aan de Boyne, tussen James II en Willem III, 12 juli 1690, 1690 or later (1690-1733).
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