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Florence B. Dearing Museum Reopens

. June 25, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Florence B. Dearing Museum in Hartland Township has re=opened, reports the Livingston County Daily Press & Argus. “The museum reopened May 30 — Memorial Day — with a ribbon-cutting ceremony organized by the Hartland Area Historical Society, which owns the museum. The museum will be open to the public from 1-3 p.m. Wednesdays and […]

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Van Gogh Museum Announce Renovation Project

Van Gogh Museum Announce Renovation Project

. June 25, 2011 . 0 Comments

Masterpieces from the Van Gogh Museum temporarily on view in the Hermitage Amsterdam – The Van Gogh collection to remain on view during the renovation of the museum in the autumn of 2012 Van Gogh Museum, Photo by Tatinauk The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam will begin renovation at the end of 2012 in order […]

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Rijksmuseum Exhibits 17th Century Masterpiece by Caesar van Everdingen

Rijksmuseum Exhibits 17th Century Masterpiece by Caesar van Everdingen

. June 25, 2011 . 0 Comments

In celebration of the start of summer, the Rijksmuseum has organised the premier exhibition of the 17th-century masterpiece Girl with a Large Hat (1645-50) by Caesar van Everdingen. Acquired more than a year ago with support from the lottery BankGiro Loterij, the painting has since undergone extensive restoration, which has left it more appealing, lustrous […]

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Museum of Flight New Exhibit Waves at the Navy’s History of Flight

. June 25, 2011 . 0 Comments

“Soaring at Sea: 100 Years of Naval Aviation” opens July 23 SEATTLE – On July 23, The Museum of Flight opens a new, temporary exhibit presenting an overview of the first 100 years of flight operations by the U.S. Navy. 2011 marks the centennial of Naval aviation, and this exhibit examines the events, people and […]

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Penlee House Museum Presents Walter Langley and the Birmingham Boys

Penlee House Museum Presents Walter Langley and the Birmingham Boys

. June 24, 2011 . 0 Comments

Penlee House Museum presents Walter Langley and the Birmingham Boys an exhibition on view through 10 September 2011. In the late 19th Century, one of Britain’s foremost art movements centred around the tiny fishing village of Newlyn, on Cornwall’s far western shores. According to the Magazine of Art in 1898, “It was Birmingham that first […]

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