709,000 Artworks Of The Rijksmuseum Are Available Online

The Rijksmuseum has allowed seeing 709,000 artworks for free online. The museum is one of the world’s greatest museums and has artworks of famous artists like Van Gogh, Rembrandt, and so on. The Rijksmuseum is one of many museums that have been digitizing their extensive collections over the last two decades. This process has taken on new importance in the age of coronavirus. Museums are searching for new ways to make art accessible and to continue to provide the cultural services which are their mission.

Now, 709,000 artworks of the Rijksmuseum are available online.

artworksView of Houses in Delft, Known as ‘The Little Street’, Johannes Vermeer, c. 1658. (Photo: Rijksmuseum [Public domain])

William II, Prince of Orange, and his Bride, Mary Stuart, Anthony van Dyck, 1641. (Photo: Rijksmuseum [Public domain])

artworksRoemer with a poem by Anna Roemers Visscher to Constantijn Huygens, anonymous, 1619. (Photo: Rijksmuseum [Public domain])

The Holy Kinship, Geertgen tot Sint Jans (workshop of), c. 1495. (Photo: Rijksmuseum [Public domain])

artworksPortrait of a Girl Dressed in Blue, Johannes Cornelisz. Verspronck, 1641. (Photo: Rijksmuseum [Public domain])