The Dutch Golden Age of Painting will be presented via Zoom to the Brighton District Library on Monday, May 15 from 7:00 to 8:00pm.
Freda Giblin, Interpretive Program Volunteer with the Detroit Institute of Arts, will share her knowledge of Dutch art, inspired by the vast trade between the Dutch Republic and the world they sailed in search of spices, porcelain, rugs, and more.
Listen and see how the Dutch Republic thrived during their “Golden Age.” This talk focuses on the DIA’s large collection of Dutch paintings, considered to be one of the finest in the US. Dutch masters including Rembrandt, the Ruisdael family, Rachel Ruysch and Frans Hals will be seen.
Presented by trained DIA teaching volunteers, the Dutch Golden Age of Painting presentation comes from Behind the Seen: bringing insight and engagement about the DIA’s collection from the museum to your community.
Call 810-229-6571 or visit https://bit.ly/BDLDIA to register. The Brighton District Library is located at 100 Library Drive, Brighton, MI 48116.