"Discovering Layers in Time: Life in the Netherlands 1650-1700; the last half of the Dutch Golden Age" by André Hoek"Discovering Layers in Time: Life in the Netherlands 1650-1700; the last half of the Dutch Golden Age" by André Hoek
13 Jan 2018 - 04:00 pm
Dutch Restoration Architect, André Hoek will explore how the Dutch population lived in the last half of the Dutch Golden Age by examining visual evidence in what remains of Dutch 17th Century villages, farms, buildings and gardens and also studying the famous paintings of the time which captured interiors and landscapes. Mr. Hoek will also present the complications of restoring a structure that has been changed and adapted for new uses over time and how difficult it is to retain the ‘spirit of place’ in historic buildings and landscapes.
Van Buren Hall (Upstairs over Kinderhook Village Hall)
6 Chatham Street, Kinderhook, NY 12106
Join us for a reception following the lecture around the corner at the CCHS Museum & Library at 5 Albany Avenue
Advance Tickets: $15
At the Door: $15 Members (CCHS or HH) $20 Non-Members
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