The Rijksmuseum, Museum of Rotterdam, The British Museum and a number of other institutions have now made high-resolution images available for download. I have acknowledged the image source where known.
If you want to download any images, it would be wise to go to the source, where you can download high-resolution images and check if there are limitations on usage. Some sources only permit non-commercial personal use.
Where I have not indicated a source, the images belong to me, being photographs I have taken of works in my collection (please see footnote for exceptions). I have no objection to the copying of any of these images but, if you decide to reproduce anything, it is on the strict understanding that it is for non-commercial use. I would also ask for an acknowledgement of the source, preferably with a link to this website.
The same conditions apply to text on the website. If you reproduce any passages on another website or in any publication, the same restrictions apply (non-commercial use only) and I would also ask for a similar acknowledgement, preferably with links to this website.
Lastly, there are many images on here that have been supplied by individuals. All such sources are indicated beneath the images. I am not in a position to say whether these may be reproduced but if there is anything that you’d like to reproduce, please get in touch and I will forward your request to the relevant source.
Where images have been cropped and used at the top of individual pages, there is no accompanying credit for the source. However, if you scroll through the images on the relevant page, you will see the image repeated in its entirety complete with source. Random images, reduced in size, will also appear in the sidebar without displaying the source but these may be readily found within the website.