Room 4: Rococo & Neo-Classicism, Europe 1700-1800

This gallery is currently closed. It is scheduled to reopen on Tue 09 Dec 2014
Cup and cover, Philipp Senger, Florence, Italy, about 1680. Museum no. 74-1865, room 4

Cup and cover, Philipp Senger, Florence, Italy, about 1680. Museum no. 74-1865

This space is being redeveloped to show European decorative art and design between 1600 - 1800.
Read more about the new Europe Galleries 1600 - 1800 FuturePlan development.

Closed gallery

Rooms 1-7 closed to the public on 6 April 2010. The space is being redeveloped to show European decorative art and design between 1600-1800. It will re-open in winter 2014 following a major refurbishment.

Room 4: Rococo & Neo-Classicism, Europe 1700-1800 is scheduled to reopen on Tue 09 Dec 2014

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