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Private view of the 2011 exhibition The Cult of Beauty: The Aesthetic Movement 1860 – 1900

Private view of the 2011 exhibition The Cult of Beauty: The Aesthetic Movement 1860 – 1900.

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V&A Contemporary: Interplay

V&A Contemporary: Interplay

What constitutes good interactive design and what qualities lie behind the work of the most original designers in this rapidly evolving field? Lauren …

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Event - Red House - Tour 2

Tue 08 March 2016 14:00–15:30

Red House is an ongoing conservation project. The house team will talk you through the work they are doing to uncover the collaborative decorative schemes created by the Pre-Raphaelite circle in the house that Philip Webb designed for his best friend William Morris “to be jolly in”.

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