THE ARTS SOCIETY THE HAGUE
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DateLecture
10 October 2017The Scottish Colourists
09 May 2017Artists in Venice 1815 - 1914
11 April 2017The Story of Four Magnificent Royal Castles in the Kingdom of Denmark
14 March 2017Maria Sibylla Merian: Illustrator, Scientist and Explorer
14 February 2017Gold of the Gods and the search for El Dorado
10 January 2017Helene Kröller-Müller and the breakthrough of Modern Art
13 December 2016Step into the Christmas Card
08 November 2016Botticelli's Florence
11 October 2016Popes and Painters: the Avignon Papacy and the Impressionists of Provence
10 May 2016Meissen Porcelain: a history of the 'white gold' of Saxony.
12 April 2016"Leonardo's Hand"
08 March 2016"Meet me at the Waldorf"
09 February 2016 Lecture subject altered! Amsterdam in the Golden Age
12 January 2016Romans in the Netherlands
08 December 2015The Founders and Treasures of the Wallace Collection
10 November 2015Persepolis and The Empires of Ancient Persia
13 October 2015Frida Kahlo: Reflections of a life on canvas.
12 May 2015Blenheim Palace – the Agony and the Ecstasy
14 April 2015The Sacred Art of Angkor and Living Arts
10 March 2015The Glasgow Boys: Painting in Scotland 1875 – 1914
10 February 2015Italian Gardens: Their Beauty, Meaning and Relevance Today
13 January 2015Merchants, Matrons and Mites: Family Life in Dutch 17th Century Art
09 December 2014Georgians at Table: Dining in the 18th Century
11 November 2014The Perfect House: Andrea Palladio’s Villas
14 October 2014Edgar Degas – Realist or Impressionist?
06 May 2014The Forbidden City: The Secrets of China’s Imperial Palace and Museum
08 April 2014Those CRAZY years: Life and Art in Paris during the Jazz Age, 1920s - 1930s
11 March 2014The History of the Skyscraper
11 February 2014'The Work of an Angel’: Medieval Manuscript Illumination
14 January 2014Fit for a King: The Art of Hans Holbein the Younger
10 December 2013The Genius of Antonio Stradivarius
12 November 2013The Charisma of Caravaggio
08 October 2013The Boy who Bit Picasso

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The Scottish Colourists Alice Foster Tuesday 10 October 2017

Peploe, Fergussen, Hunter and Cadell were all bold pioneers in the field of rich colour and exuberant brush work. The bright light and strong colours they experienced in the South of France helped them in their work back in Scotland.