Oklahoma City Museum of Art is hosting London, UK's Dutch Italianates exhibition from October 8, 2009 to January 3, 2010.
The exhibit covers the masterpieces of the 17th century Dutch Renaissance in thirty-nine different art pieces.
Oklahoma City Museum of Art's website states, "It presents Dutch artists who chose to capture views of the Italian landscape of the seventeenth century as seen through their own eyes or imaginations. "
The company which is bringing the Dutch Italianates to OKC is known as the International Arts and Artists which is dedicated to "increasing cross-cultural understanding and exposure to the arts internationally. "
"Dulwich Picture Gallery in London, UK seeks to encourage the enjoyment of the visual arts in as original and accessible a way as possible, while preserving and interpreting its unique heritage as a world-class gallery. Dulwich Picture Gallery was founded in 1811 through the bequest of Sir Peter Francis Bourgeois R.A., painter, collector and art dealer," the Oklahoma City Museum of Art website states.
Form more information on the Dutch Italianates visit www.okcmoa.com. To purchase tickets of e exhibit please visit www.tickets.okcmoa.com.