Foreigners who visited Holland in the seventeenth century were astonished by the Dutch fondness for pictures. Economic, political, religious, and social circumstances created a unique and fruitful climate for the arts. A remarkable number of pictures of extraordinary quality were produced during the Dutch Golden Age. Get yourself introduced to painting of this era on the basis of some highlights of the Royal Picture Gallery of the Mauritshuis in The Hague.

Learn more of the variety of genres in painting that flourished in the Golden Age: still life, genre scenes, landscapes, portraits and history pieces.

And hear more about all the activities and exhibitions that you can visit in this special Rembrandt-year.

 

Girl Eating Oysters, c. 1658 – 1660, Jan Steen, Mauritshuis, The Hague

 

WORKSHOP TIME: 14:00 – 14:30

PLACE: MEETING ROOM SUITE UPSTAIRS AT THE FAIR

 

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Speaker Zoran Kwak is an Art Historian and lecturer at Hovo Leiden University and Hovo Erasmus University Rotterdam. He also works as a researcher and art consultant at Mercury Institute of Fine Arts (Leiden). In 2014 he was awarded a doctorate in Art History (cum laude) at the University of Amsterdam with a dissertation on Northern Netherlandish painted kitchen scenes of the Golden Age. He specializes in early modern painting of the Low Countries, with a special inclination for the artistic exchange between the Netherlands and Italy.

 

This is just one of an informative series of Free Workshops available to all visitors to The Feel at Home Fair on 3 February 2019. The full programme will be published shortly.

Entry to the Feel at Home International Community Fair is free for visitors who reserve their tickets in advance. You can register for up to 4 Free Tickets per order by clicking on the orange button:

 

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