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The Beggars by James McNeill Whistler (1879-80) antique laid paper trimmed by the artist

Palaces in the Night, is the second exhibition of the Fitzwilliam’s collection of prints by James Abbott McNeill Whistler. 4 June – 8 Sept 2019.

The poet John Keats (1795-1821) painted by Joseph Severn in watercolour on ivory, 1818 to 1819

The Fitzwilliam’s autograph manuscript of Keats’ famous poem returns to Hampstead for bicentenary celebrations.

Museum in a Box: collection of objects including a postcard and a 3D printed miniature depicting the Greek god Zeus

AHRC-funded Fitzwilliam Museum research fellows build innovative new partnerships.

Detail of the mummy board of Nespawershefyt, a supervisor of craftsmen’s workshops and temple scribes Thebes (c. 1000 BC)

The Fitzwilliam Museum shares the results of its in-depth study of its ancient Egyptian coffins collection in a new website.