Fleeting – Scents in Colour is a multisensory exhibition of paintings by 17th century Dutch masters mixed with the smells of the scenes they depict. Four of the aromas are available for home viewers to sniff while watching an accompanying video. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley Fleeting – Scents in Colour is a multisensory exhibition of paintings by 17th century Dutch masters mixed with the smells of the scenes they depict. Four of the aromas are available for home viewers to sniff while watching an accompanying video. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley
Fleeting – Scents in Colour is a multisensory exhibition of paintings by 17th century Dutch masters mixed with the smells of the scenes they depict. Four of the aromas are available for home viewers to sniff while watching an accompanying video. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley
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Watch-and-sniff video walk-through of Dutch art exhibition comes with the pungent aromas of 17th century living

  • Fleeting – Scents in Colour uses aromas to enhance the viewing of 17th century Dutch masters – such as those from a church, a closet, and a stinking canal
  • With the coronavirus pandemic having shut the exhibition, a video of the show with four scents to open as you watch it is available to viewers at home

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Fleeting – Scents in Colour is a multisensory exhibition of paintings by 17th century Dutch masters mixed with the smells of the scenes they depict. Four of the aromas are available for home viewers to sniff while watching an accompanying video. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley Fleeting – Scents in Colour is a multisensory exhibition of paintings by 17th century Dutch masters mixed with the smells of the scenes they depict. Four of the aromas are available for home viewers to sniff while watching an accompanying video. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley
Fleeting – Scents in Colour is a multisensory exhibition of paintings by 17th century Dutch masters mixed with the smells of the scenes they depict. Four of the aromas are available for home viewers to sniff while watching an accompanying video. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley
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