Amsterdam: Its History and Art
This study day will begin with an illustrated survey tracing the history of Amsterdam from its beginnings to about 1900.
During the second session, we will focus on Amsterdam’s Golden Age in the 1600s and study a number of paintings produced in that century depicting aspects of the city. In our final session, we will examine artists associated with Amsterdam namely the Amsterdam Impressionists and the women artists called the Amsterdamse Joffers.
Dr Angie Smith has a first class degree in Art History and a PhD in Combined Historical Studies from London University. She spent many years teaching undergraduate and adult education programmes for Leicester University. She is an accredited lecturer with the Arts
Society, has published widely, contributed to history programmes on tv and lectured for several cruise lines. Her interest outside history and art include gardening and genealogy.
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