In the same room, a window screen printed with a 17th-century Dutch painting. “They made curtains for the town hall in Utrecht, and this one was a misprint,” Ramakers explains. “A friend of mine who was a curator at the museum gave it to me. I really wanted to have something on the window because I didn’t like the view, and she didn’t even know — it was exactly the same size as my window, too.”
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In the same room, a window screen printed with a 17th-century Dutch painting. “They made curtains for the town hall in Utrecht, and this one was a misprint,” Ramakers explains. “A friend of mine who was a curator at the museum gave it to me. I really wanted to have something on the window because I didn’t like the view, and she didn’t even know — it was exactly the same size as my window, too.”