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Reynolda House Feb 17
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Reynolda House Feb 16
Thanks for your visit, ! 😎
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Reynolda House Feb 16
to and a big congrats to Winston-Salem's own for their recognition in for their branding of a truly memorable exhibition at Reynolda!
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Reynolda House Feb 14
For — an animated look at a most epic card sent to Katharine in 1913. The final card housed a sprig of rosemary saying, "Rosemary's for remembrance friend, and for good wishes without end, so may each day your long life bless with fragrance of your kindliness."
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Reynolda House Feb 13
Pssst — it’s 50% off chocolate in the Museum Store today and tomorrow (2/14). Happy Valentine’s!
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Reynolda House Feb 12
"But the light in these paintings by Church, especially the major finished works, is filled with his sense of the presence of a beneficent God guiding and supervising the course of human history." — Curator Kenneth Myers on
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Sarah R. Smith Feb 11
I’m no mathematician, but it appears that ’s “The Parethenon” is nearly to scale in today’s Arts cover story on 🧐🙌
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Reynolda House Feb 9
Replying to @BelindaT3
Use our super-secret-viewing-tube-with-your-hands trick to see the details. (Ok, not so secret.) See you soon!
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Reynolda House Feb 9
This weekend, take a journey with — now open! Book your tickets at
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Reynolda House Feb 8
Opens tomorrow! Reserve your tickets at
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Reynolda House Feb 6
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Reynolda House Feb 6
A gem from our permanent collection shines even brighter in "Frederic Church: A Painter's Pilgrimage" — see Reynolda's "The Andes of Ecuador" (1855) like you've never seen it starting February 9!
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Reynolda House Feb 5
Opening this Friday! "Frederic Church: A Painter's Pilgrimage" tells the story of one of the most well-known American artists of the 19th century and his travels to the Middle East, Rome, and Greece. Reserve your morning, afternoon, or evening tix →
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Reynolda House Feb 4
? We've got your super bowl right here! In 1909 for their 4th wedding anniversary, R.J. gifted Katharine this sterling silver punch set. The deep footed bowl with everted scalloped rim is repoussé-decorated with a pattern of flowers including roses and chrysanthemums.
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Reynolda House Feb 3
Who's up for an invigorating bike ride around ? Maybe a short stroll through Reynolda Gardens? We're back open today from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for your weekend adventure (even if it is inside for our art, history, and warmth!)
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Reynolda House Feb 2
Making weekend plans? ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ Join us for our February Family First Workshop this Sunday from 2 to 4pm! Elementary school-aged children and their favorite adult are invited make valentines for the ones they love. Register today →
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Reynolda House Feb 1
Start your month by enrolling in our Introduction to Reynolda for Aspiring Docents course! Designed for lifelong learners who want to become docents and lead tours, this class provides an exhilarating introduction to our history and collection:
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Reynolda House Jan 31
is on the move! While we prepare to open "Frederic Church: A Painter's Pilgrimage," our Collections team expertly maneuvers Reynolda's "The Andes of Ecuador" from its home in the Reception Hall for installation in the Babcock Gallery. See it starting February 9!
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Reynolda House Jan 30
More than 50 paintings and studies of the Middle East, Rome, and Greece by an American original. opens Feb. 9; get your tickets at →
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Reynolda House Jan 28
Warmer temperatures have us thinking about spring! we’re continuing to rotate objects from our permanent collection throughout the house. One of our favorites? The Impressionistic “Phlox” (1886) by David Johnson. Discover this gem when we open February 1!
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