1 day ago · The Great British art tour Art The Great British Art Tour: smoke tracks in a summer sky and Britain’s fight for survival Battle of Britain, 1941 (H122.6 x W183.5 cm) by Paul Nash.
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1 day ago · GUERNSEY MUSEUM at Candie is the only museum in the British Isles able to showcase the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, thanks to Covid-19 restrictions. The exhibition is on loan from the Natural History Museum and on its first weekend hundreds of islanders walked through the doors to ...
1 day ago · Wilkins and Robert Smirke went on to build some of the most important buildings of the era, including the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden (1808–09), the General Post Office (1824–1829) and the British Museum (1823–1848), Wilkins University College London (1826–1830) and the National Gallery (1832–1838).
Today · CentroCentro is a public, open space devoted to contemporary art. The activities we organise are based on collective learning and on supporting work processes via a programme of exhibitions, concerts, workshops, seminars, meetings, reading groups, performance art, screenings and publications, among other elements.
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1 day ago · The Terrell museum houses maps, uniforms, aviation equipment, static aircraft displays, memorabilia and photographs that tell the story of how British pilots before and during World War II learned to fly at six U.S. civilian training schools, including the first and largest one, which was in Terrell. Newspapers in English Newspapers from USA
The British Museum also boasts rich holdings of the major masters of the Baroque, such as Jacques Callot, Nicolas Poussin, and Claude Lorrain, many of which entered the collection in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
1 day ago · Although neither the first, nor the largest in terms of billings or staff, Carl Crow Inc undoubtedly was the most famous advertising agency of old Shanghai – thanks to its founder, American ad-man, author and adventurer Mr. Carl Crow. his company never employed more than 20 people - three times fewer than the Chinese Commercial Advertising Agency (C.C.A.A.) and six times fewer than its ...