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Tulip Prints and Drawings at The Rijksmuseum

Tulip Prints and Drawings at The Rijksmuseum

. March 8, 2010

The most beautiful tulip prints and drawings from the Rijksmuseum collection The Rijksmuseum is exhibiting its most beautiful prints and drawings of tulips from the 17th and 18th centuries. Individual tulips, tulips in bouquets, in the garden, as the design for a silver ornament, and featured in allegorical scenes. The highlight of the presentation will […]

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The Ministry of Food Exhibition at The Imperial War Museum

. March 8, 2010

Seventy years ago the wartime government announced the introduction of food rationing – a control that was to remain in force for the next fourteen years. To mark this event Imperial War Museum London is opening The Ministry of Food, a major new exhibition to show how the British public adapted to a world of […]

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Mammoths and Mastodons: Titans of the Ice Age at The Field Museum

. March 8, 2010

40,000-Year-Old Baby Mammoth is Centerpiece of Exhibition For millions of years they survived, living in temperate climates and on the wind-swept lands of the frozen north – great beasts weighing as much as eight tons and bearing tusks up to 16 feet long. Mammoths and mastodons were wonderfully successful creatures of the Ice Age. They […]

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Magnolia Laurie paintings on their way to the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

Magnolia Laurie paintings on their way to the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

. March 7, 2010

Brooklyn, – Causey Contemporary is pleased to announce that two paintings by Magnolia Laurie are being acquired by the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art for their permanent collection. Paintings, November Charlie (I am in distress and require immediate assistance) and To Abandon My Vessel (Alfa Bravo) were selected for the museum by curator Barbara O’Brien […]

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Ava Gardner Museum Awarded Grant from The Winston-Salem Foundation

. March 7, 2010

Visitors to the Ava Gardner Museum are often eager to learn more about her life in this rural community. Currently, maps are available to the gravesite (located 1.2 miles from the Museum) and to the Birthplace and Teacherage. However, once there, visitors do not have the benefit of further historical information to supplement their visit. […]

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