An afternoon study day exploring Dutch landscapes from the National Galleries of Scotland and the Royal Collection, including a focus on works by Ruisdael, Cuyp and Hobbema.
Following an afternoon of talks, participants are invited to a private view of Dutch Landscapes at The Queen’s Gallery from 6-7.30pm.
Welcome and Introduction,br />
Michael Clarke (Director, National Gallery of Scotland)
Dutch Landscapes: What do we see in them?
Desmond Shawe-Taylor (Surveyor of the Queen’s Pictures)
Dutch Skies: Panoramic Landscapes in the 17th Century
Tico Seifert (Senior Curator, National Gallery of Scotland)
Landscapes by Painters and by Etchers
Peter Black (Curator, Prints & Drawings, Hunterian Art Gallery)
Audience questions and summing up
Opportunity for delegates to view Dutch paintings in the National Gallery of Scotland
Wine Reception and Private View of Dutch Landscapes at The Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse