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Fitzwilliam Museum: Events

The following events will take place in the Fitzwilliam Museum.

Exhibitions and Special Displays

Lasting impressions: collecting French Impressionism for Cambridge

6 July - 26 September. Mellon Gallery.

Other men's flowers: recent acquisitions of contemporary prints

1 June - 24 October. Shiba Room.

Goya's 'Tauromaquia': for or against the bullfight?

1 July - 5 December. Charrington Print Room.

The Normans: Three centuries of achievement, 911-1204

1 July - 12 September. Octagon.


A series of lectures to complement the Lasting impressions exhibition will take place in Lecture Room 3, 8 Mill Lane, at 6 p.m. Tickets: £5 (£4, Friends of the Fitzwilliam and concessions) available in advance only from The Fitzwilliam Museum shop.

8 July A godless vision? Impressionism and materialism in the age of Darwin. Inaugural lecture by Richard Kendall, of the Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts. The lecture will be followed by a reception in the Lasting Impressions exhibition in the Mellon Gallery. Free to all ticket holders.
16 September 'Pictures at an exhibition': the Impressionist exhibitions (1874-86) in the Paris of their time, by Jane Munro, of the Fitzwilliam Museum.
21 September Sisley and the cities, by MaryAnne Stevens, of the Royal Academy of Arts, London.
23 September Cézanne and Provence, by Philip Conisbee, of the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.

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Cambridge University Reporter 30 June 2004
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