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Journey to the Golden Age

First post of 2018!

As of NaNoWriMo last year, I’ve become consumed by this new project, the tentatively-named Cabinet of Wonders. Yesterday the word count of draft zero passed 65K. 503 more words

Rembrandt and the Dutch golden age masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum (Exhibition)

Last Wednesday afternoon we made the decision to escape the seemingly never ending Sydney heat and humidity and head to the NSW Art Gallery to immerse ourselves in the Dutch masters. 505 more words

Day 4 in Amsterdam - Visiting the Rijksmuseum!

We started out our fourth day in Amsterdam by visiting the Tulip Museum for a quick visit. We then walked south through the city to visit their flagship art “quarter”. 674 more words

Amsterdam

Medieval Treasures and Night Watch Crowds - Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

It would be hard- though not impossible- to be in Amsterdam and not visit one of the many amazing museums located there. For me, the struggle was real when it came to deciding between museums like the Ann Frank House, The Van Gogh Museum, and even the rather esoteric Museum of Bags and Purses. 573 more words

Photography

#FineArtFriday: Oppression, Rebellion and Art #amwriting

Today is my first day off in 30 days – NaNoWriMo is over and I wrote 103,345 words, most of which are garbled and incomprehensible, as I can’t key well at all. 1,291 more words

Humor

MASTERPIECES FROM THE RIJKSMUSEUM

The first major exhibition of Dutch masters in Sydney, featuring 78 exceptional works of art from Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum, including a room dedicated to Rembrandt, is on display at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. 390 more words

Major new exhibitions at the Holburne in 2018.

The Holburne Museum in Bath has today announced its 2018 exhibitions programme, including the first museum retrospective of the painter Anthony Fry, the first exhibition to bring together Dutch seventeenth-century paintings from National Trust collections around the country, and an exhibition focussed on Thomas Gainsborough’s theatrical portraits. 590 more words

History