In the atmospheric Print Gallery, this exhibition offers a rare opportunity to view in Ireland works by seventeenth-century Dutch artists from the collection of the world-famous Rijksmuseum. Drawings and prints by artists including Rembrandt, Hendrik Avercamp, Jan van Goyen and Jacob van Ruisdael take center stage. From a child’s first steps to a sea battle, and from a young girl reading to peaceful wooded landscapes, Dutch Drawings gives an insight into life in the Netherlands centuries ago through exquisitely skilful works on paper.
The exhibition is curated by Anne Hodge.
[text via codart.nl]