Recently, the Dutch national museum has published the digitized versions of their exhibits. Interestingly, they contain images from the Dutch colonial era depicting Armenians.
On the images, we can see, for example, Armenian merchants in the Netherlands, as well their life in the Ottoman Empire.
Some depictions portray prosperity while others represent tragedy, evidencing Armenian prosecutions hundreds of years before the Armenian Genocide.
Below, you can see a number of prints depicting Armenians from the Dutch collection. If you want to research the museum’s collection yourself, you could visit the website of Dutch national museum.