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From the 1600s to the 1800s, Europe became increasingly global – economically, politically, and culturally. The paintings from the Berger collection (and a host of others beyond the museum’s walls) tell stories of artistic and intellectual exchange, travel, international trade, and colonial exploits.
In this second session of a four-part course, dig deeper into the exhibition with art historian and DAM teaching specialist Molly Medakovich, and discover Great Britain’s rise to power and increasing reach in the world during these dynamic centuries.
Presented by Molly Medakovich, art historian and DAM teaching specialist
Full course and speaker descriptions can be found here: https://denverartmuseum.org/programs/british-art-across-ages
$75 DAM members/$85 nonmembers for full four-session course.
Single session tickets will go on sale Feb. 25 (pending availability): $20 DAM members/$23 nonmembers per single session.
Please note: General admission tickets, which include entrance to the exhibition, are sold separately.
Image: David Roberts, Egyptian Landscape with a Distant View of the Pyramids, 1862. Oil paint on canvas; 15 x 24 in. Gift of the Berger Collection Educational Trust, 2018.24.