Template:Jürgen Ovens - Justice (or Prudence, Justice, and Peace) - Google Art Project

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Artist
Jürgen Ovens (1623–1678) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q370576
Jürgen Ovens
Alternative names Juriaen Ovens, Jurriaen Ovens
Description

German painter, draughtsman and ornamental painter

Date of birth/death 9 December 1678
Location of birth/death Tönning Friedrichstadt
Work period from 1641 until 1675
Work location Amsterdam (between 1638 and 1651), Schleswig (1651-1657), Stockholm (1654), Amsterdam (1657-1663), Antwerp (1657-1663), England (1659), Schleswig (1663-1678), Hamburg (circa 1667-1668), Low Countries (1674-1675), Hamburg (1674-1675), Gottorp
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Details of artist on Google Art Project
Title Justice (or Prudence, Justice, and Peace) wikidata:Q23008355
Object type Painting
Date
Royal Palace of Amsterdam Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q1056152
Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam.jpg
Native name Paleis op de Dam
Location Amsterdam
Coordinates 52° 22′ 23″ N, 4° 53′ 29″ E Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
Established
Website http://www.paleisamsterdam.nl/en
Authority control
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Level 1st Floor (Details of level on Google Art Project) room Magistrates’ Chamber (Details of room on Google Art Project)
Accession number AP-KPA-001
Source/Photographer SwG7XjnIS9673w at Google Cultural Institute maximum zoom level

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