Gallery Talk: Dress and Depiction—Dutch Drawings of Ottoman Men


Harvard Art Museums

A drawing of a man wearing a turban stands next to a bush or tree.

Explore how three artists who trained with Rembrandt depicted Ottoman men in drawings and religious paintings.

No application or registration needed.


This Event is free!

Please check in with museum staff at the Visitor Services desk in the Calderwood Courtyard to request to join the talk. Talks are limited to 18 people and are available on a first-come, first-served basis; no registration is required.


  • In-person only.

Harvard Art Museums
32 Quincy
Cambridge, MA 02138
United States


Neighborhood 9

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.: Sunday, July 14, 12:30PM – 1PM.

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A drawing of a man wearing a turban stands next to a bush or tree.

.: Sunday, July 14, 12:30PM – 1PM.

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