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Fitzwilliam Museum
The fine art and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge.
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Wealthy nobles, suspicious of the cleanliness of cutlery on their travels, would take their own set, such as this one from 1685
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 23
In 1911 Thomas Hardy gave the original manuscript of Jude the Obscure to his friend Sydney Cockerell, director of the Museum.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 23
was born in 1912. Find out how he helped break Enigma in our exhibition Codebreakers, opening this October.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 23
Pour nos amis francophones: Venez écouter Edouard Papet du ici le 30 juin. Son exposé est sur l’artiste Jean-Léon Gérôme.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 23
Pleased to be number 14 on the Neurotrail for the
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Art Fund Jun 22
This gorgeous painting was acquired with our support. Learn more about the artist on 30 June.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 22
Joan of Arc fascinated Rossetti. This is his last painting, finished within a few days of his death on 9 April 1882
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 22
The epic poem The Faerie Queene inspired George Stubbs to create this painting in enamel on a ceramic base.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 22
We also have a Sampled Lives catalogue available in the shop or on line:
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Helen Ritchie Jun 21
Exciting news! will be putting all UK sculpture online by 2020, including sculpture from
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 21
are putting the UK’s sculpture online. One of our favourites is this Degas dancer in Gallery 5
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 21
Antiphoners contained the choral chants for marking the hours of the day with prayer. Image: Siena c.1460-1477
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 21
This is Handel’s autographed copy of Rinaldo, the first Italian opera composed for London
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Art Fund Jun 21
Today we're sharing a Young woman tuning a lute and singing by Hendrick ter Brugghen. in 2010
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 21
are putting the UK’s sculpture online. One of our favourites is this Degas dancer in Gallery 5
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 20
Worth sharing again for - Issam Kourbaj's display Lesbos & Syria is on display in case 14, Gall 21 'til 31 Jul - info below
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 20
Prof Emily Gowers tells how 2000 yrs after death his stories live on: Wonderwalls: Ovid's Metamorphoses in art, Wed 21 Jun,1.15 pm
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 19
UK asparagus season finishes on the summer solstice 21 June. Here is a picture to enjoy when the local ones have gone
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 19
Green inspiration from the past: a 17th C. German folding wooden spoon. Would you prefer this to disposable plastic?
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 18
Thank you - come and see us again soon
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