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Fitzwilliam Museum
The fine art and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Mar 24
Our fan gallery display will be taken down at the start of April for a year long show of samplers (opening 6 May). Fans - come say goodbye!
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Fitzwilliam Museum Mar 24
Happy Birthday seen here talking about our Dionysos of Salamis (May 2016 object of the month):
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Art UK Mar 23
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Fitzwilliam Museum Mar 23
Fitz short-listed for the Restoration 2017 - 10yr research project of otherwise 'lost' masterpiece.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Mar 22
Anthony van Dyck was born in 1599. This portrait of Rachel de Ruvigny is over 2m high and is currently hanging Gallery 3.
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CambridgeCityCouncil Mar 21
We've teamed up with on a project aimed at lessening social isolation for people aged 65+
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Fitzwilliam Museum Mar 21
Read how Adrian Mitchell was inspired to write "Orpheus Sings" by Roelant Savary's 1622 painting
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Kettle's Yard Mar 21
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Fitzwilliam Museum Mar 20
Celebrating the with this 1890 watercolour "Spring in the Alps" by B J M Donne, and in particular the grazing goats.
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Helen Ritchie Mar 20
Packed out study day celebrating contemporary British and the Goodison gift to !
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stiffleaf Mar 17
Seriously cool 1865 tiles painted by Kate Faulkner for Morris from Burne Jones designs:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Mar 18
Our department capturing interest with early years in
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Fitzwilliam Museum Mar 17
Our new conservation blog is now live! Read about work undertaken for our 'Madonnas and Miracles' exhibition
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Bethan Jones Mar 16
Casually strolling down Trumpington Street and saw this wonderful acknowledgement of 🇪🇺 -fascinating exhibition
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Fitzwilliam Museum Mar 16
For at Cheltenham we're sharing a selection of equine pictures from our collection! 🏇
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Canterbury Cathedral Mar 16
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Fitzwilliam Museum Mar 15
Italian painter Salvator Rosa died in 1673. His painting L’Umana Fragilità has always been one of our visitors all time favourites.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Mar 14
Tomorrow's 1.15 lunchtime talk will be an introduction to the Madonnas & Miracles exhibition by two of its curators
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BBC Cambridgeshire Mar 13
Restoration reveals double-sided secret of Renaissance portrait at
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Apollo Magazine Mar 11
Trace the history of domestic devotion in Renaissance Italy through more than 150 beautiful objects
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