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Fitzwilliam Museum
The fine art and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 22
in 1642 Charles I raised his standard & the English Civil War began. Some royalist girls hid images of support in their sewing.
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Kettle's Yard Aug 21
It's the last week of our Alfred Wallis and Christopher Wood display
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Kettle's Yard Aug 18
This weekend, go & see our Alfred Wallis and Christopher Wood display at
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 18
Chris Titmus from our Hamilton Kerr Institute will be on Sunday’s episode of Fake or Fortune (BB1) looking at a possible Constable painting.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 18
Only 8 days left to see our 'Sea to Shore' display from Kettle's Yard before it closes:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 16
This magnificent print by Agostino Carracci was made circa 1579. The artist is thought to be born in 1557.
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Eastlife magazine Aug 16
Editor's Choice: Running till 29 October - Peace & War at The
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eve Aug 15
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 15
History, art & nature can provide a sense of calm & perspective wherever you are
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Helen Ritchie Aug 15
Walter Crane was born in 1845. He designed this vase for Maw & Co., now at
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 15
Artist and children's illustrator Walter Crane was 1845
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 15
celebrate India's amazing art & culture! This portrait of Raja Balwant Singh of Jasrota is dated 1748
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 11
Expert gilder Tim Ritson leads gilding workshop for 14-18 year olds in partnership with
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 10
Have to mention our lions for and poem about them called The Listening Lions
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 9
What better day to curl up with a good book? La Liseuse (The Reader), by the Belgian painter, Alfred Stevens, (1823-1906)
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 8
Replying to @hotelalphabet
Exactly right - the cat is sitting in the window of a Yoshiwara brothel.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 8
For please enjoy this cat from Japan by Hiroshige. He is in a naughty location, can you guess where?
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 7
Arthur Rackham's haunting and dreamlike illustrations have fed young imaginations for generations Aesop's Fables, 1912
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 6
Hoare Twins by Millais - Fitzwilliam Museum Collections Explorer - Object PD.36-2005 (Id:125024)
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Cambridge 105 Aug 5
On the Cambridge Arts Review, From Kabul to Kolkata: Highlights of Indian Painting at the . Join us at 1pm.
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