The Rijksmuseum aims to connect people, art and history. Hence the surprising collection of useful utensils and accessories with prints or excerpts from old Dutch masterpieces. Making art a little more accessible!
Marten & Oopjen
Playmobil 9483 set
Rembrandt immortalised Marten Soolmans and Oopjen Coppens in 1634. At the time, he could have never imagined that one day his works would be exhibited in two of the world’s greatest museums. Even more surprising is that Marten and Oopjen are now available in a Playmobil version box 9483! A must-have for art and toy lovers.
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Marten and Oopjen as Playmobil 9483 figures
The paintings of the couple Marten and Oopjen were restored to their former glory in 2018. Since then, they have been traveling back and forth between the Rijksmuseum and the Louvre, as the two museums are joint owners of the works. But you too can have Marten and Oopjen in your living room! At least in Playmobil form. This set brings the couple together in a box, complete with exactly the right clothing and even a fan. Rembrandt himself would have been proud.
Rembrandt's Marten and Oopjen
Marten Soolmans was the son of a rich Flemish immigrant, who owned a successful sugar refinery in Amsterdam. It was in 1634 that he confidently posed for Rembrandt, who at the time was one of the most sought-after portrait painters in Amsterdam. Because of Marten’s extravagant clothes, with expensive lace and huge rosettes on his shoes, they described him as a dandy in the 19th century. His wife Oopjen Coppit came from an Amsterdam patrician family who belonged to a small ruling elite. Oopjen’s grandfather had made a fortune as a merchant in grain and gunpowder. Oopjen’s clothes are less modern than Marten’s, but with her expensive black silk dress and precious jewellery, she certainly shows off her wealth.
Rijksmuseum and Playmobil
To make art accessible to the widest possible audience, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam has joined forces with the German toy company Playmobil. Together with designer Frederik Roijé they have created three Playmobil sets based on the paintings The Night Watch, ‘Marten and Oopjen’ and The Milkmaid as an introduction to art for a young audience.
|Brand||: Rijksmuseum, Playmobil|
|Design||: Marten and Oopjen|
|Box size||: 15 x 10 x 5 cm (l x b x h)|
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