Watson Gordon Lecture Series 2007; Sound, Silence and Modernity in Dutch Pictures of Manners
The Watson Gordon Lecture 2007
This lecture, the second in the series, was given by Mariët Westermann, then Director of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Professor Westermann is a widely-published scholar in the field of seventeenth-century Dutch art. Her highly stimulating lecture explores the pensive and the raucous, the reflective and the ribald, in an engagingly wide range of paintings.
Series: The Watson Gordon Lecture Series
The Watson Gordon Lectures, established in 2006, typify the long-standing collaboration between the University of Edinburgh and the National Galleries of Scotland.
Each lecture is by a leading scholar and reveals new research on a focused topic. The lectures are delivered and published annually, and now number eight titles in the series.
16.5 x 21.5 cm
32 printed pages
National Galleries of Scotland