The Sugar House in The Hague

Rembrandt van Rijn, The Laughing Man, c. 1629-1630

Jan Steen, Girl Eating Oysters, c. 1658 - 1660

Antoon François Heijligers, Interior of the Rembrandt Room in the Mauritshuis in 1884
Room with The Bull, Paulus Potter, 1647

Hendrick Avercamp, Ice Scene, c. 1610

So happy that I finally visited The Mauritshuis in The Hague! The museum houses primarily Dutch Golden Age paintings, but also shows a couple of beauties by Flemish artists like Pieter Breughel and Rogier van der Weyden.
It was built in the seventeenth century as a private home for Johan Maurits van Nassau, the governor of Brazil (a Dutch colony at that time). The Mauritshuis was nicknamed the 'Sugar House', as Governor van Nassau made a fortune on the backs of enslaved Africans whom he forced to work on sugar plantations in Brazil.