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Tue, Oct 25

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Online Lecture

Cross Dressing in Art

What roles were there for women in the 17th century? And what if they were unable or unwilling to comply with this? Join this tour organised and led by the Mauritshuis Museum in The Netherlands about deciphering portraits and understanding what we are looking at. more info below

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Cross Dressing in Art
Cross Dressing in Art

Time & Location

Oct 25, 2022, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM GMT+1

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Maria van Antwerpen, disguised as a man, enlisted three times as a soldier. Cornelia Gerritse van Bruegel disguised herself as a man in order to marry Elisabeth Boleyn. Princess Maria of Orange had herself depicted in men's clothing. Just three examples of brave women who didn't want to comply with gender roles as they excisted in the 17th century. Join the Mauritshuis Museum educator Vera Bos for a revealing tour!

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This talk will not be recorded.

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