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Fitzwilliam Museum
We're the art museum of Cambridge University, with over half a million objects & artworks.
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Happy Valentines Day! Here's a short film from the Fitzwilliam to share the love
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 13
If you're looking for things to do during half term, here's what's on at the Museum:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 12
Come and see the Fitzwilliam lit up every night as part of until the 17th of February
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 12
Cupid and Psyche - find out more about their complicated story:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 12
Love vs virtue: a 1740 hit, the novel Pamela. She rebuffs Mr B's advances before they finally marry
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 11
Delighted to be hosting launch tonight. is getting ready ...
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 11
Michelangelo bronzes are not on display anymore, but Death on the Nile opens on 23 February if you are planning to return
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Kate Nichols Feb 11
Prepping for my talk next Weds (17/2) - a few sneak previews: 1901 locket for Michael Field
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 9
Some lovely pics of very tiny tots having fun with colour and mirrors in the Fitzwilliam!
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 9
Don't forget the lemon and sugar!
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 9
Death on the Nile opens 23 February - it's one of the picks this month in
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 9
Our new prints show is on 1816 'the year without a summer' after the devastating Mount Tambora eruption
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 9
And this is what the painting looked like before the whale was discovered
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 9
From 12 February the Fitzwilliam will be lit-up for - check out this Instagram sneak-peak!
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 8
Death on the Nile opens on 23 February:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 8
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 8
Happy it is the - this porcelain monkey was made in China in the 18th century
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 8
This is one of our most popular Blake prints.
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Ed Vaizey Feb 4
Happy birthday to , – celebrating its 200th year today
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Fitzwilliam Museum Feb 5
Sir William Nicholson celebrates his birthday Here's a fun reminder of his portrait recreation from 2012
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