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Religious figures on Delft tiles

Religious figures on Dutch Delft tiles

Relgion has always been an important part of life. Holland (the Netherlands) has a rich history of Christianity during the sixteenth and seventeenth century. The Protestant Reformation made it a rebellious time, as the Spanish surpressed the religious movements coming forth from the Reformation, such as Lutheran and Calvinist. After independence the Netherlands adopted Calvinism as a quasi state religion (although never formally), but practiced a degree of religious tolerance towards non-Calvinists. No wonder that Delft tiles made during this period often depict religious scenes or formal leaders.

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Religious figures on Delft tiles

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