Art History: Hendrick Avercamp and the Dutch Winter Landscape Wednesday, December 21, 2022 at 11:30 AM PST
Wednesday, December 21, 2022 at 11:30 AM PST
Art History Talk with Rebecca Albiani$20 General $18 Member Youth (18-) FREE
A pioneer of the new genre of landscape, Avercamp (1585-1634) specialized in busy winter scenes packed with activity, both professional and recreational. Avercamp, who was known as deaf-mute, was an acute observer of his fellow Netherlanders.
IntroductionsIn past years Rebecca’s talks have deepened our understanding of famous artists such as Picasso and Rembrandt. This year she is going to introduce us to some fascinating artists you have may never have heard of. From a Ukrainian folk artist to a Marxist photographer to a committed portraitist out of step with the art world’s embrace of abstraction, these artists made work that continues to resonate today. We’ll also look at two painters who are acute observers of their socioeconomic landscapes, one in early 17th century Netherlands and one in today’s Chicago. Join us to enrich your knowledge of the human stories behind these entrancing artworks.
Kay White Hall Theater
19600 Vashon Highway SW
Vashon Island WA 98070
This is a general admission performance - the seats are on a first come, first serve basis when you arrive at the venue.
Doors open 1/2 hour prior to start of performance.