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Cows, Dunes and Windmills: Decoding the Dutch Landscape

An assessment of the meanings of typical Dutch objects in seventeenth-century landscape paintings.


By looking at typically Dutch symbols included in landscape paintings exhibited at the Queen's Gallery this lecture will assess the inherent meanings of these objects, questioning whether they represent something more than simplyan appealing view of towns, sea or countryside.


Speaker(s):

Royal Collection curator Jennifer Scott | talks

 

Date and Time:

15 June 2011 at 3:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour

 

Venue:

The Queen's Gallery
Buckingham Palace
London
SW1 1AA


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Organised by:

Royal Collection
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Tickets:

£5 with exhibition ticket

Available from:

020 7766 7323

Additional Information:

The Exhibition ticket can be extended for 12 months if your ticket is stamped as you leave the gallery. Speak to gallery staff for further information.

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