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The Golden Age of Dutch Art Mark Earp.
The Dutch Golden Age, 1585-1685, is a remarkable part of world history – a small European country dominating commerce, trade and sea power across the globe. The legacy of this age is reflected today in the art which adorns all of the most prestigious galleries around the world. Mark Earp will discuss both famous and lesser known Dutch artists of the period including Rembrandt, Vermeer. He will give us an insight into the over 1000 artists who were in the Netherlands at that time.
The Arts Society is a leading arts education charity with a global network of over 380 local Societies, which bring people together through a shared curiosity for the arts. Events provide welcoming places – locally, nationally and globally – to hear expert lecturers share their specialist knowledge about the arts. There are 90,000+ members world-wide who contribute to, learn about and help preserve our artistic heritage.
The Isle of Wight Society membership has now reached its limit of 160, but prospective members can join the waiting list by sending in the application form, but without the subscription fee, which is available from the website.
There are a limited number of places for visitors at £10 per person but booking must be made in advance to Email [email protected]
Full details at the website www.theartssocietyisleofwight.org.uk