Jan van Goyen, View of Dordrecht from the Dordtse Kil, 1644, oil on panel

Ludolf Backhuysen, Ships in Distress off a Rocky Coast, 1667, oil on canvas

plus

more

Drawing Salon Workshop: Dutch Seascapes

The National Gallery of Art
4th and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20565

0 Comments on this event

From January 13 until February 12, the National Gallery of Art will organize a Drawing Salon Workshop on Dutch Seascapes. On January 13, 14, 15, and 28, and on February 4, 5, 11, and 12, participants will dive into the sublime maritime scenes painted by seventeenth-century Dutch masters. The group will visit paintings from the permanent collection in Gallery 49, by Dutch Old Masters such as Albert Cuyp, Ludolf Backhuysen, and Jan van Goyen.

The Drawing Workshops invite interested visitors to join experts for sketching and conversation in the galleries. Led by practicing artists and museum educators, this series of workshops integrates art history and studio art practices. The workshops are designed for all skill levels; beginning and advanced participants are welcome, as long as they are 18 years old or over.

This program is free and open to the public, but advance registration is required due to limited space. Registration will begin at noon on Tuesday, January 10,  and the workshops do tend to fill quickly, so make sure to do it early through this link. All drawing materials are provided. 

va

Backhuysen

cuyp

write a comment

in the spotlight

dance

In October 2018, Introdans is coming to New York to perform "Canto Ostinato" on a choreography by Lucinda Childs

read more

fashion

The creations of Viktor&Rolf are celebrated in a new Phaidon publication: "Viktor&Rolf: Cover Cover," conceived and designed by Irma Boom

read more

old masters

From July 1st until November 25th, "Water, Wind, and Waves" will be on view at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

read more

visual arts

Dutch Culture USA met Remy Jungerman in his studio to talk about his residency at ISCP, his New York inspiration, and the upcoming Venice Biennale

read more

Subscribe