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Baroque Art students present research

November  01, 2013

During fall term, students from ARHI 365, Baroque Art, researched works from the Figge Art Museum's collection of 17 century paintings. They presented their research at the Figge on Oct. 31.

Topics included Mexican Colonial religious art, Dutch portraiture and genre painting.

The Figge Art Museum in Davenport is the premier art exhibition and education facility between Chicago and Des Moines, home to some of the Midwest's finest art collections. Its Mexican Colonial collection documents the growth of painting in New Spain in the 17th and 18th centuries out of the traditions of European religious painting of the same period.

Other permanent galleries include Northern European, the academic traditions of the 18th and 19th century, Haitian, American Regionalism and the American West.


Sam Schlouch
Director, Public Relations and Arts Promotion
(309) 794-7833
samschlouch@augustana.edu