Nov 12 2019
In the nineteenth century, British artists and art collectors looked back to the golden age of Dutch landscape painting, represented by seventeenth-century artists such as Ruysdael and Hobbema. Join Assistant Curator, Imogen Tedbury, to explore Victorian tastes for Dutch art in the Thomas Holloway Collection.

Free entry, no need to book, all welcome. Please wait for the speaker outside the Picture Gallery (Victorian corridor entrance)
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