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Fitzwilliam Museum
The fine art and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge.
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AntiquesTradeGazette Jun 21
Cambridge's raises £1m to secure Queen Victoria sculpture:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 21
For we share a detail of Spring and Summer flowers, (honeysuckle, poppies, peonies, tulips, sun-flowers, roses, delphiniums, hollyhocks and morning glory) by French painter Zacharie Felix Doumet (1761-1818), possibly a design for painted wall-paper.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 20
. report Queen Victoria bust, saved for the nation by the Fitzwilliam. The bust is now on show in our Lower Marlay Gallery.
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YaleBritishArt Jun 19
Thrilled by the partnership and ! Congratulations to all on two solid exhibition runs.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 19
. report masterpiece bust of Queen Victoria has been saved for the nation by the Fitzwilliam Museum ; currently on display in our lower Marlay gallery
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 18
On Wed 20 June we have a film and talk on the botanical art of Clarence Bicknell, on display in our Floral Fantasies exhibition. The artist's great, great nephew, Marcus Bicknell and Graham Avery will be our speakers
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 18
The Fitzwilliam’s two lions wish the all the best tonight in Volgograd! Good luck !!!
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 17
Today the Museum opens at 12 noon, and it is your last chance to catch our ceramics exhibition :
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Kate Carreno Jun 16
Good news. Power is back on and will open at 12noon on Sunday as normal.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 16
Due to a power cut the Museum has had to close early today. Please check here for updates - we hope to open at 12 noon on Sunday as normal. We apologise for any inconvenience.
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Melanie Pitkin Jun 15
Breathtaking to see fingerprints still preserved in the varnish of Nespawershefyt’s mummy board from around 3000 years ago!
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 15
In ancient Egypt beer was not only a daily necessity of life, and drunk in preference to water, but was also a link to the gods! so happy ! Wooden model, (c. 2010 B.C. - c. 1950 B.C.) a brewing and baking workshop with man mashing beer (detail).
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 15
Museum Remix enters its second day, aiming to diversify the UCM’s approach to working with its historic collections and the ways in which audiences experience them
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 14
Visit our ceramics galleries to see examples of pottery which span the centuries: Iznik pottery from the 15th to the 17th century to a modern installtion featured in ‘Things of Beauty Growing' which closes this Sunday.
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Cambridge Museums Jun 12
Come and explore after hours this Friday. There will be live music, poetry, talks, making and more. Refreshments will also be available 🍻🍷☕ Get your tickets here:
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Eleanor Costello 👌 Jun 12
I LOVE Matt Smith’s Flux: Parian at . (And so surprised to see the Irish famine depicted in the wallpaper) “Unless we understand what Britain did overseas we won’t understand the response that other people have towards us as people and as a country”
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 12
Are you a student or independent scholar? Do you need to travel to the Fitzwilliam to research our collection of illuminated manuscripts? If so, you will be eligible for our James H. Marrow Research Travel Fund. Find out more: Application deadline 15 July.
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FitzMuseumEducation Jun 12
Child coming into today: 'I've been to a museum before & it smelled just like this, so I know it's going to fun!'
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jun 11
Our lunchtime talk on Wed 13 June has Penny Price, botanical artist and calligrapher, taking us on the journey of making a botanical painting - perfect intro to our Floral Fantasies exhibition
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