17th-century Netherlandish paintings at Leamington Spa

My role as the Research Curator at Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum involves researching into aspects of the permanent collection and interpreting it for different visitors. Recently, the gallery has had an unusual acquisition of twelve 17th-century Netherlandish paintings, which are all on permanent display. I have been studying them in order to create a handout for visitors and give a talk as part of the gallery’s weekly ‘Friday Focus’ events. My 8 page handout is below:

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