Exhibition: The Golden Age of Painting in the Low Countries

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M&G at Bob Jones University

For a charming glimpse into the lives of normal people from the Low Countries of Northern Europe (Belgium and the Netherlands) experience an exhibition of Dutch genre paintings! In the 17th century, Low Country artists were well known for new and daring symbolic painting themes including interiors, maritime scenes, peasants, and still life. The Golden Age of Painting presents a window into this rich, golden era’s advancements and influences. On loan from a Russian, private collector, Mr. Lev Grzhonko, the exhibition includes works by Abel Grimmer and David Teniers.

Fee:  Free with General Admission

Tours of The Golden Age of Painting
Schedule your group for a tour to understand more about genre paintings, the context & impact of this significant time period in history, & links to M&G’s own Golden Age paintings — a niche strength of the Collection’s international renown. Contact the Guest Relations Manager for scheduling and availability (864-770-1331).
Fee: $8 per person

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