From June 24 to Sept. 25, Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum will present the first major exhibition of works by Golden Age landscape painter Adriaen van de Velde (1636-1672). The artist, who died young, was an expert painter of people and animals; and found fame posthumously. The exhibit will include 60 paintings, preliminary studies, and drawings. For more on the exhibit or to plan your visit, click here. Get a sneak-peek of three of van de Velde’s works that will be on display.