Who is Sabry Amroussi?
Sabry Amroussi is an art historian and writer living and working in Amsterdam. He specializes in the art of the Dutch Golden Age, mainly in the works of Rembrandt and his school, and has a keen interest in the Jewish history of Amsterdam.
He lectures and teaches on both subjects and gives art historical tours all across Europe. As a true omnivore when it comes to art, culture, and even cuisine, he has worked with and for major museums and collectors, such as the LACMA, Rijksmuseum, van Gogh Museum and the P de Boer collection in Amsterdam.
As a guide for Context, he is eager to share this knowledge in real life, always with a big scoop of humor, ofter intermingling art with social life, cuisine, and history.
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New! Upcoming Seminars led by Sabry Amroussi
Live-taught 60 minute lectures, with optional Q&A
Country Treasures: Art Collections of British Country Houses with Sabry Amroussi$26.50
Ukrainian Art History: The Avant Garde with Sabry Amroussi$26.50
Best of the Brits: Turner, Gainsborough, Bacon, and More with Sabry Amroussi$26.50
Gerhard Richter: German Genius with Sabry Amroussi$26.50
The World On A Table: The Dutch Still Life with Sabry Amroussi$26.50
Paul Gauguin: King of Controversy with Sabry Amroussi$26.50
Reviews from Learners Like You:
I Didn’t Know That!
I had never heard there were four versions of Sunflowers. I knew there were three bedroom paintings but did not know about the sunflower repetitions. Sabry shared a lovely, engaging, and quite educational discussion on Van Gogh’s life (including the proper pronunciation of his name!) and several of his best known works. I highly recommend this talk.Carol (Menlo Park, US)
Excellent presentation and context
As always, Sabry has thoroughly researched and presented his topic. I learned so much more about Rembrandt and the Jewish culture in Amsterdam at that time, as well as the individuals who may have had an influence on what Rembrandt was painting at the time. 90 minutes went by in a heartbeat with Sabry.Amy B. (Massachusetts, US)
Hidden Gems at the Rijksmuseum
Even if you have been able to visit the Rijksmuseum, you might have missed some of these hidden gems. Fortunately, Sabry will introduce you to the treasures you won't want to miss the next time around. There is no doubt that Sabry knows his subjects and his affable style makes it easy to listen to all the knowledge he has to impart. If you can't get to Amsterdam in person, this is the next best thing.Jo (Pittsburgh, US)
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