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#Easter drop-in children GOLD workshop at Museum of ClassArch. for info Cambridge BID  #BoostArt

#Easter drop-in children GOLD workshop at Museum of ClassArch. for info Cambridge BID #BoostArt

Work of the week: Ben Nicholson, 1934 (relief design), on show in Horizons, Kettle's Yard at Jerwood Gallery, Hastings. 1934 (relief design) is quite roughly worked in thick card, it measures just 8x8cm. It shows Ben Nicholson beginning to explore the combination of physical layers with the abstract language of circles and grids. Copyright: Angela Verren Taunt

Work of the week: Ben Nicholson, 1934 (relief design), on show in Horizons, Kettle's Yard at Jerwood Gallery, Hastings. 1934 (relief design) is quite roughly worked in thick card, it measures just 8x8cm. It shows Ben Nicholson beginning to explore the combination of physical layers with the abstract language of circles and grids. Copyright: Angela Verren Taunt

Beauty and Balance at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge – Events – Kettle's Yard

Beauty and Balance at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge – Events – Kettle's Yard

Our work of the week is Henri Gaudier-Brzeska's 'Bird Swallowing a Fish' 1914

Our work of the week is Henri Gaudier-Brzeska's 'Bird Swallowing a Fish' 1914

Our work of the week is 1962(Argos) by Ben Nicholson. This piece is on show at the Fitzwilliam Museum from 14 August in our Beauty & Balance display which recreates key arrangements from Kettle’s Yard. 1962 (Argos) is an abstract artwork, the piece is known as a relief because it has been carved, revealing different depths, textures and creating shadows. The title relates to Argos, an ancient city in Greece, not far from the coast of the Argolic Gulf.

Our work of the week is 1962(Argos) by Ben Nicholson. This piece is on show at the Fitzwilliam Museum from 14 August in our Beauty & Balance display which recreates key arrangements from Kettle’s Yard. 1962 (Argos) is an abstract artwork, the piece is known as a relief because it has been carved, revealing different depths, textures and creating shadows. The title relates to Argos, an ancient city in Greece, not far from the coast of the Argolic Gulf.

One of the greatest museums in the world has partnered with Google to let you visit without leaving home. You can now "walk" through the British Museum using Google Street View to observe thousands...

One of the greatest museums in the world has partnered with Google to let you visit without leaving home. You can now "walk" through the British Museum using Google Street View to observe thousands...

New Exhibition Fitzwilliam Museum, Death on the Nile: Ancient Egypt, #ArtNABoutCamb #BoostArt

New Exhibition Fitzwilliam Museum, Death on the Nile: Ancient Egypt, #ArtNABoutCamb #BoostArt

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