October 17 Appetite for Art: Dishing Up Dutch
11:30 am gallery talk followed by lunch at noon

Loosen your belts, open your minds, and get ready for another scrumptious installment of Appetite for Art!

Join Joslyn curators on select Tuesdays from September through April for stimulating gallery talks and delicious lunches inspired by Joslyn’s most tasty masterpieces! All lectures begin at 11:30 am in the galleries followed by lunch at noon in the beautiful Storz Fountain Court. Space is limited and advance reservations are required five days prior to the event. Ticket price per event includes sales tax: $38 Joslyn Members; $45 for the general public. A special lecture-only ticket is available for $10. Docents are admitted to gallery talks free of charge.

DISHING UP DUTCH IS NOW FULL. WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS. For information, please contact Director of Adult Programs. Satisfy your hunger for delicious art, fine food, and great conversation at another season of Appetite for Art!

Gerard Donck
(Dutch, before 1610–after 1640), Portrait of Nicolaes Willemsz. Lossy and his wife Marritgen Pieters, 1633, oil on panel, Museum purchase with funds from the Berchel H. and Alice Dale Harper Estate and bequest of Rose Marie Baumgarten, 2017.2

Little is known about Gerard Donck’s life. Active in Amsterdam alongside Rembrandt, he painted genre scenes, street vendors, and portraits set in interiors and landscapes. His portrait of Nicolaes Willemsz. Lossy and his wife, Marritgen Pieters, combines conventions of court portraiture with everyday settings and objects. Descended from a long line of official city musicians, Nicolaes Lossy held the respected position of city organist of the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam.

Following Dr. Cowen's gallery talk participants will enjoy music-to-your-mouth spinach-stuffed boneless breast of chicken with roasted red pepper garlic cream, sauce, roasted vegetables, rice variations, and chocolate mousse.

Joslyn's Adult programs are generously supported by Dr. C.C. and Mabel L. Criss Memorial Foundation, Peter Kiewit Foundation, and Fred and Eve Simon Charitable Foundation.