This catalogue of Dutch paintings from the collection of Eijk and Rose-Marie de Mol van Otterloo presents some of the finest paintings from the Golden Age. The collection includes beautiful scenes by famous painters such as Rembrandt and Frans Hals as well as countless other artists, with examples of all main genres of seventeenth-century Dutch painting. These masterpieces are usually inaccessible to public view. This is the first time that a representative selection from this magnificant collection has been exhibited in public. This richly-illustrated book contains reproductions of the highlights from the collection of the Dutch-American couple. The catalogue of paintings is preceeded by an introductory essay on the origins of the collection. In all, this publication provides a superb opportunity to become acquainted with the qualities and varied choice of subject of dozens of painters from the Golden Age.