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We're the art museum of Cambridge University, with over half a million objects & artworks.
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Fitzwilliam Museum 18h
Only seven days to go until our new exhibition opens! Take a peek at our new trailer here!
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 21
Blake's Holy Thursday from Songs of Innocence describes march of 6000 poor children to St Paul's
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 21
Hello - yes our collections site was down, but is now back in action. Sorry for any inconvenience.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 21
- I am sorry, but no it was not recorded, but some of John Shakeshaft's collection is on display in Gallery 27.
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Helen Ritchie Jul 20
Today at 13:15 I'll be talking about the new bequest of Studio Pottery from Dr John Shakeshaft at
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 20
Our lunchtime talk today will give an introduction to the Dr John Shakeshaft collection of British Studio pottery -
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Helen Ritchie Jul 19
Edgar Degas - born in 1834. have some original wax sculptures from which later bronzes were cast
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 19
Edgar Degas born in 1834. He created more than 1000 images of dancers, here's one from our collection.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 18
En Plein Soleil - an 1858 print by James Abbott McNeill Whistler - here's an idea of how to shelter from the sun
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Icon Jul 18
. exhibition to showcase groundbreaking conservation techniques:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 15
Happy Birthday Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, born in 1606! Here's one of his self portraits.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 14
Our visitor numbers are up today. We suspect that some of them are hanging around the gym on our front lawn
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 13
Enjoying the sunshine in Cambridge today? Here is a drawing of King's College by Thomas Rowlandson born in 1756
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 13
Hear about the Goodison gifts of contemporary British craft at today's lunchtime talk
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History Today Jul 11
The houses an extraordinary collection. It also has an intriguing history.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 11
Well done on his victory. Our ancient Greek skyphos shows an athlete at the winning post
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John Constable Jul 10
Good Day! Hampstead Heath by John Constable c.1820 ()
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 8
Do you think this sheep is feeling a little left out of in this painting by Renoir? 😉
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 8
Ever wondered what happens when you find buried treasure? Find out in July's Object of the Month film!
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 7
Eighteenth century German chocolate pot , chocolate never looked so elegant!
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