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The Emergence of Landscape: From Setting to Stand Alone

Saturday Study Mornings: The Art of Looking.
An exciting new series of talks looking at the paintings of Dulwich Picture Gallery set in their wider art historical context

In the 17th C landscape painting emerged as an increasingly popular genre. Landscapes were used as metaphors, place settings, imaginary locations and as a means for showcasing an artists’ skill. This talk places landscape painting in its western art historical context.


Historian Ben Street | talks | www


Date and Time:

26 October 2013 at 10:30 am


2 hours 30 minutes



Dulwich Picture Gallery
Gallery Road
SE21 7AD
+44 20 86 93 52 54

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£16 (£15 Concessions and Friends)

Available from:

To book ring Lettie Mckie on 0208 299 8732 or email l.mckie@dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk

Booking is for the whole series of 20 lectures £200 (£180 Friends)

A limited number of tickets are available on the door for each lecture £10 (£9 Friends)

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