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    The image on this bag is inspired by 'The Floating Feather' by Melchior d'Hondecoeter, c. from 1680, on display in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

    D'Hondecoeter specialized in depicting birds, especially poultry and exotic birds, from different parts of the world, sitting on a balustrade or walking in a park. His work has no political or moralistic significance. Creating a lively performance was possibly his main goal. His work is decorative in nature: not only geese (brent goose, Egyptian goose and red-breasted goose), fieldfare, partridge, pigeon, duck, greylag goose, magpie, peacock, but also the African crowned crane, Asian sarus crane, Australian yellow-crested cockatoo and even an Indonesian female lorikeet and two gray-headed macaws from Madagascar populate Hondecoeter's paintings.

The image on this bag is inspired by 'The Floating Feather' by Melchior d'Hondecoeter, c. from 1680, on display in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

D'Hondecoeter specialized in depicting birds, especially poultry and exotic birds, from different parts of the world, sitting on a balustrade or walking in a park. His work has no political or moralistic significance. Creating a lively performance was possibly his main goal. His work is decorative in nature: not only geese (brent goose, Egyptian goose and red-breasted goose), fieldfare, partridge, pigeon, duck, greylag goose, magpie, peacock, but also the African crowned crane, Asian sarus crane, Australian yellow-crested cockatoo and even an Indonesian female lorikeet and two gray-headed macaws from Madagascar populate Hondecoeter's paintings.

Rijksmuseum backpack Melchior d'Hondecoeter, c

Beautiful backpack with extra handles to carry as a bag. Large padded compartment on the inside for the laptop, large compartment on the front with magnetic closure, zipper pocket on the inside, pockets for your mobile and a clip for your keys! 35 x 28 x
Rijksmuseum backpack Melchior d'Hondecoeter, c
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    The image on this bag is inspired by 'The Floating Feather' by Melchior d'Hondecoeter, c. from 1680, on display in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

    D'Hondecoeter specialized in depicting birds, especially poultry and exotic birds, from different parts of the world, sitting on a balustrade or walking in a park. His work has no political or moralistic significance. Creating a lively performance was possibly his main goal. His work is decorative in nature: not only geese (brent goose, Egyptian goose and red-breasted goose), fieldfare, partridge, pigeon, duck, greylag goose, magpie, peacock, but also the African crowned crane, Asian sarus crane, Australian yellow-crested cockatoo and even an Indonesian female lorikeet and two gray-headed macaws from Madagascar populate Hondecoeter's paintings.

The image on this bag is inspired by 'The Floating Feather' by Melchior d'Hondecoeter, c. from 1680, on display in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

D'Hondecoeter specialized in depicting birds, especially poultry and exotic birds, from different parts of the world, sitting on a balustrade or walking in a park. His work has no political or moralistic significance. Creating a lively performance was possibly his main goal. His work is decorative in nature: not only geese (brent goose, Egyptian goose and red-breasted goose), fieldfare, partridge, pigeon, duck, greylag goose, magpie, peacock, but also the African crowned crane, Asian sarus crane, Australian yellow-crested cockatoo and even an Indonesian female lorikeet and two gray-headed macaws from Madagascar populate Hondecoeter's paintings.

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