The Great Painters of Flemish Art – Van Eyck, the Brueghels, Rubens and Van Dyck

Flemish painting refers to works produced from the 15th to the 17th centuries, in Flanders, now modern-day Belgium. What are the historical influences that makes Flemish art different to Dutch art? This session will explore Flemish artists from Jan van Eyck active in the early 15th century, to the Brueghel family of painters who worked within the 16th and early 17th century. Peter Paul Rubens holds a highly significant place in western art history – we will look at his works and his life as a painter and diplomat, as well as his pupil, Anthony van Dyck who became Court Painter to Charles I of England.

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<p>Flemish painting refers to works produced from the 15th to the 17th centuries, in Flanders, now modern-day Belgium. What are the historical influences that makes Flemish art different to Dutch art?

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05 Nov

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