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Daniel Pett 1h
Good to luck to all nominees tonight and fingers crossed for Egyptian coffins team.
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Fitzwilliam Museum 2h
🧐 Adam? 😬🤣
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Fitzwilliam Museum 4h
Albrecht Durer's The Rhinocerus is not an accurate representation, despite this, it was regarded as a true representation in Europe into the late 18th c. The print had a profound influence on the arts & was copied many times. Print, woodcut Second State, 1515
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Fitzwilliam Museum 6h
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Fitzwilliam Museum 6h
It's We're not going to drag-on about it, but we have alot of very cool dragons who look alot like Smaug 🔥 🐉Unglazed earthenware, 385-580 Northern Wei. 🐉Deep dish with dragons, 1573-1619, Wan Li period. Ming Dynasty. 🐉Jade dragon pendant 400-200 B.C. Chinese
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Fitzwilliam Museum 7h
Replying to @RMGreenwich
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Fitzwilliam Museum 7h
For visitors to the Museum today please note that, with our regret, Gallery 1 will be closed from 11.40 to 15.00.
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Fitzwilliam Museum 7h
According to our friends the autumnal equinox will occur at 2.30pm... say goodbye to summer, please be kind autumn 🍂☀️🍏 L'Allée en Automne Vincent van Gogh, (Dutch, 1853-1890). Oil on canvas laid down on panel, circa 1885.
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Fitzwilliam Museum 24h
Our important collection of Cypriot antiquities will feature as part of an online programme of events (1-6 Oct) celebrating the 60th anniversary of Cypriot democracy 👉Full programme details
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 21
was launched during lockdown as a range of activities to help support remote learning for schools and families while the Fitz was closed. Read about the initiative in this blog post: & come & see some of the art!
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 21
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 21
The blade of this 18th Century (1709-10) Turkish dagger is set with emeralds and rubies. The hilt has a medallion of diamonds in a gilt setting reading ‘Sultan Sa’id’. It is covered with with dark blue and turquoise enamel. Isn’t it beautiful?
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University of Cambridge Museums Sep 18
Your final challenge is... VIDEO. Tell a story about our objects in 3 minutes of film. It could be a mini-play, a talk, a music video... or something else entirely. We'll share your clips on our platforms & in our galleries. Join in at
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 20
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 20
Frans Hals painted quickly with loose brush strokes to depict light on form, alla prima or ‘wet-on-wet’, with few pigments: only four are used in this painting, black, white, red and a yellow ochre. Portrait of an unknown man, c. 1660-63
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 18
Happy Our fabulous portico was restored in 2014. Thank you to David Valinsky photography for this great shot of the frieze.
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DailyArt Sep 18
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 18
Tonight is the start of the Eating symbolic foods is a tradition, such as apples dipped in honey, hoping to evoke a sweet new year. 🍎 Apple. Album containing a dedicatory sonnet and 48 drawings. Pinet, Antoine du (French, c. 1584).
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BBC Look East Sep 17
Fitzwilliam acquires Dutch portraits in £390k tax bill deal
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BBC Cambridgeshire Sep 17
Fitzwilliam acquires Dutch portraits in £390k tax bill deal
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