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BAPCR Conference: Nineteenth-Century Painting Practice and Conservation

Posted 22 June 2016 in External News and Events

The British Association of Paintings Conservator-Restorers have announced the programme for their 2016 annual conference.

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Talk - The inner eye: Voyages around the museum

Posted 21 June 2016 in External News and Events

Penelope Curtis, noted curator and museum director, gives a free talk at the British Academy, followed by a reception. Registration not necessary.

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Talk - Falling idols: Art and iconoclasm

Posted 7 June 2016 in External News and Events

Hear from novelist and historian Dame Marina Warner, Professor of English and Creative Writing at Birkbeck, London as she explores the destruction of art in times of political crisis, from the English Reformation to the current day

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Exhibition - Bountiful Invention: drawings by Gilles-Marie Oppenord (1676-1742) and Juste-Aurèle Meissonnier (1695-1750)

Posted 5 May 2016 in External News and Events

Bountiful Invention: drawings by Gilles-Marie Oppenord (1676-1742) and Juste-Aurèle Meissonnier (1695-1750)

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Exhibition - Kate Malone: Inspired by Waddesdon

Posted 5 May 2016 in External News and Events

Kate Malone, one of the UK’s leading ceramic artists, will exhibit new work inspired by the gardens, collections and archive at Waddesdon. She has drawn inspiration from many elements of the collections, including Sèvres porcelain, works on paper and passementerie (decorative tassles, braids and fringing). The exhibition will recreate in clay the theatre of gourds and squashes created every autumn at Eythrope, the nearby private garden created by Alice de Rothschild in the late 19th century.

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Course for museum and art professionals

Posted 3 May 2016 in External News and Events

Diploma in Intellectual Property and Collections (DipIPC) course - This three-day course is being offered by the Institute of Art & Law, a UK-based educational organisation that has been offering art law courses for twenty years. The course will focus on art and intellectual property.

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Call for participation - Survey on data usage in art history

Posted 3 May 2016 in External News and Events

Survey on data usage in art history

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Call for attendance for the RA250 Forum: Ideas and Discussion

Posted 30 March 2016 in External News and Events

Call for attendance for the RA250 Forum: Ideas and Discussion, Tuesday 24 May 2016, 11am – 4pm, Royal Academy of Arts, London.

 

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Exhibition and trail - Riches of the Earth

Posted 25 March 2016 in External News and Events

Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild’s ‘Renaissance Museum’ was full of objects made of precious materials: hardstones, minerals, silver and gold. While the bulk of this collection was bequeathed to the British Museum on his death in 1898, examples of these extraordinary objects are still to be found at Waddesdon, in collections inherited from other members of the Rothschild family, and in the fabric of the building itself.

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Exhibition - Step this Way: the Red Drawing Room opened up

Posted 23 March 2016 in External News and Events

Step this Way: the Red Drawing Room opened up - Come into the Manor as a 19th-century house guest would have done. The Red Drawing Room is the central room of the house, connecting the main door with the formal gardens to the south. Baron Ferdinand’s guests congregated there before going into dinner in the adjoining Dining Room.

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