Dutch Treat: Holland’s Golden Age of Painting
A Getty Museum Presentation via Zoom
Monday, October 30
How did a country as small as Holland produce such an incredible number of artists? Rembrandt, van Ruisdael, de Hooch, and Jan Steen, among others, have given us memorable works of mythology, fields, faces and even humor. In this tour we will look at the landscapes, the portraits and the still lifes that defined this truly “golden age.” Some of the names will be familiar; some less so, but their paintings are things of beauty and worthy of a closer look.
This virtual tour is for FHNN and Little Falls Village members and volunteers as part of our collaboration. Register online. FHNN members or volunteers who need help registering can email email@example.com with Dutch in the subject line.
The Drawing Lesson by Jan Steen, 1665
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