Another episode in the story of a fascinating Roman Road - Stane Street Chapter 3 - Watersfield to Hardham via @YouTube
Alan Turing: Stolen items returned to UK school from US after 40 years
Matthew Kerr peers into the mists of art history and considers the painters who have made the most of poor visibility @LHArtBooks
Charles Percier, who with his long-time collaborator Pierre Fontaine, might be said to have created ‘dictator chic’, was born #OTD in 1764. Tom Stammers wrote about the man who designed Napoleon’s furniture in the March 2017 issue of Apollo. https://www.apollo-magazine.com/napoleons-interior-designer-steps-into-the-spotlight/
Police appeal for stolen Ming dynasty Chinese doucai cup:
See something you like at a local museum or archive?
By all means, take it home!
1. "Strange American Woman" removes important items from Alan Turing archive in 1984
2. Julie Schwinghamer changes name to Julie Turing in 1988
3. HCI seizes items in 2020
4. Coming home this week!
At Leighton House, intricate gold drawings by Evelyn De Morgan demonstrate the Pre-Raphaelite’s great debt to Italian sources
Morning Bargain Hunters! 🌅
We hope you're having a bloomin' marvelous Monday, because today @KnowlesEric discovers the work of a fascinating florist 💐 while the teams shop in #Kingston upon Thames.
Join us at 12.15pm to see which team comes up smelling of roses! 🌹 👃
#roman #glass #spoon • made from a single glass tube that was blown & tooled to its spoon shape • 18,4 cm x 4,1 cm • #imperial period, cca. 1st - 3rd century CE • presumably found near the #Sea of #Galilee, #Israel.