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The Ashmolean’s latest major exhibition, the highly-anticipated ‘Imaging the Divine’, will display striking artefacts created by the world’s five most widespread religions as they established and developed their visual identities.
Dreaming of delving under the glittering domes of the art history of St Petersburg, or the opulent interiors of Moscow’s greatest galleries? There can surely be no more fabulous way to do so than in the company of Hotel Alphabet’s excellent little team.
A cultural trip to Oxford would not be complete without a visit to see an exhibition at The Bodleian Library – in particular we recommend visiting the Weston Library’s Shikshapatri manuscript which is being uniquely displayed among the 21 pairs of artefacts from the Bodleian’s extensive archival collection.
Take a gentle evening walk and raise your heartbeat on this Soho cultural tour – a Valentine’s Day Special. Starting in Soho Square with an expert guide, amble along cobbled streets and tiny alleyways, tracing the tales of the fascinating figures who lived and worked in this thriving area.
Did you know that your can browse the V&A Museum’s extraordinary collections online? 1.1 million objects and more than 600,000 images, for free? Paintings, Photography, Textiles, Theatre & Performance, South Asia, Europe 1600 – 1815, Architecture, Jewellery, and Fashion. Several of these collections are amongst the largest in the world.
This might be one of Britain’s greatest secrets – until now! The National Trust is well known for preserving stately homes & heritage buildings across Britain, but what is far less well known is that its cause for preserving and protecting Britain’s heritage, now extends to giving free online access to an extraordinary catalogue of almost 850,000 objects.
Impressionist painters – and their captivating works of art – remain some of history’s most influential contributors to the artistic canon.