From the announcement in the March 2021 e-news :
In the early 17th century two admired painters teamed up to profit from each other’s strengths: Peter Paul Rubens painted the figures while Jan Brueghel the Elder piainted the landscapes, flora and fauna.
Their friendship and the way they encouraged each other’s development while leaving room for the other to shine, is the topic of this one hour lecture by Dutch Art Historian Mariska Beekenkamp-Wladimiroff. This special talk will be about 60 minutes with Q&A.
Cost £10 per household. An exclusive recording can be made available after
the event to those who would like to join but won’t be able to attend.