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Hello Constable

“The Embarkation of George the Fourth from Whitehall”, John Constable’s largest ever painting has recently been restored and is now available for public viewing at Anglesey Abbey. Those living in Great Britain can see a television documentary about this process on More 4. The painting… Read More »Hello Constable

Joseph Lister by Train

If by any chance you happen to be visiting the National Railroad Museum in Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA then you will be able to view a restoration project which has been two years in the making. Joseph Lister had his own hospital train to transport… Read More »Joseph Lister by Train

Brunel Museum Extension

Isambard Kingdom Brunel is in the news recently as a museum dedicated to his works in Rotherhithe has been granted planning permission to build an extension. A new pavilion will link the existing old Engine House and the Sinking Shaft and increase capacity.  There will… Read More »Brunel Museum Extension

John Milton Goes to Kansas

Well not really, he has been dead for a while, but Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas in the United States are currently holding an exhibition about “Paradise Lost”. It is being shown at the Quayle Bible Library from September 11th 2021 until the 15th May 2022… Read More »John Milton Goes to Kansas