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Fitzwilliam Museum
The fine art and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge.
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Fitzwilliam Museum 3h
Like our manuscripts in COLOUR? You'll like these same period textiles in the V&A's new exhibition:
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Fitzwilliam Museum 23h
- We'd recommend a visit to our COLOUR exhibition, v. good reviews in UK Press & NY Times - more details on our website
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 30
Need to travel for short term research on our illuminated manuscripts? Apply to travel fund
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Luisa Vale Sep 29
Edgar Degas,(1834 - 1917) Au Cafe,1876. The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
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Cambridge in America Sep 15
The New York Times on the 's “Color: The Art & Science of Illuminated Manuscripts”:
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Cambridge in America Sep 29
Art and science are brought together in Fitzwilliam Museum's new display:
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Frederica Theodoulou Sep 29
Great school trip to today, though these Egyptian ladies were more serene than I was by the end of the day
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 29
The Dollar: The rise of a global currency - new display coming soon on 4 October
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 29
Then & now - Our Courtyard Café open for your coffee orders now 2/2
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 29
Then & now - A French coffee-house by Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827) 1/2
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Damien Kempf Sep 29
The Siren and the Sciopod , The Pontifical of Renaud de Bar, 14th c.
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Marie-Louise Kerr Sep 29
Love idea. Who doesn't want art, colour and culture on their daily cycle?!
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Early Modernists Cam Sep 28
Maya Corry, Deborah Howard & Mary Laven discuss their upcoming exhibition & the power of objects & images to move the spirit
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 28
Henry Moore's Hill Arches will inspire Friday's clay workshop . See it here: via
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 27
A fan of Van Dyck and Reynolds? We have a free talk you can attend tomorrow lunchtime. Info: -
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FitzMuseumEducation Sep 27
Looking for a way for 4-8 yr olds to explore the 'Colour' exhibition? Pick up this free story pack from the exhibition welcome desk!
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Katy Swift Sep 26
Congratulations to Portals of the World East of England winners
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 26
Lunchtime talk with Henrietta Ward on Wed 28 Sep - Van Dyck & Reynolds: Two giants of portraiture. More info here
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 26
Cambridge Art on Mars display shows off Damien Hirst's contribution to Beagle 2 mission | Cambridge News
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Fitzwilliam Museum Sep 25
It is, we believe, the oldest work in our collection.
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