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Hello, Igor! In December 2015 you asked me help you download some high-res images. I was using Dezoomify a few days ago and I wanted to tell you that someone has been working on it and it is much better! It works for the images at lukasweb. Unfortunately is still does not work (in my web browser) for the images at lucascranach.org, but it says it does work with the image viewer (IIPImage) used at lucascranach.org. You can try it in your browser, and if you still cannot get it to work, you can submit a bug report to them on github and perhaps they can fix it. Laura1822 (talk) 20:24, 25 April 2017 (UTC)
Downloading images from www.mauritshuis.nlEdit
Hello, I read you email. What should work in most cases is, you go to a web page, like: https://www.mauritshuis.nl/nl-nl/verdiep/de-collectie/kunstwerken/portret-van-keizer-karel-v-15001558-358/
You are then redirected to page: https://www.mauritshuis.nl/-/media/4bf166ed7acc4dcfb1e3ca73f8ca6788.ashx?mw=3000&mh=3000&dl=1
What you do next is you take this url and you remove the last section shown in italics here: https://www.mauritshuis.nl/-/media/4bf166ed7acc4dcfb1e3ca73f8ca6788.ashx?mw=3000&mh=3000&dl=1
Then you are left with the 'original' image: https://www.mauritshuis.nl/-/media/4bf166ed7acc4dcfb1e3ca73f8ca6788.ashx
And this image you can then save onto your harddisk.