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Royal Spectacle: Ceremonial and Festivities at the Court of France
Highlights of the books and bindings collection on the theme of festivities at the French Court during the reigns of Louis XIV, Louis XV and Louis XVI.
Location: Waddesdon Manor Nr Aylesbury
Time(s): 10:00AM to 4:00PM
Predators and Prey: A Roman Mosaic from Lod, Israel
An extraordinary piece from Roman craftsmanship is displayed alongside other archaeological finds to give an insight into life in 3rd century Israel. Excavated in 2009 by the Israel Antiquities Authority, the Lod mosaic has toured a number of muse...
Waddesdon at War
Marking the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, this exhibition traces the stories of members of the Rothschild family and their staff who fought, and looks at the role of the Manor and Estate through the archival collections...
Concluding with the UK-Russia Year of Culture, objects included in the collection with Russian connections are highlighted.
Jewish Embroideries Saved for the Nation
The Rothschild Foundation has stepped in to save an extraordinary and, as far as we know, unique set of seven 18th-Century embroidered hangings depicting interior views of the First and Second Temples in Jerusalem.
Fame and Friendship : Pope, Roubiliac and the Portrait Bust
No literary figure in 18th Century Britain was more famous or widely depicted than the poet Alexander Pope. This major loan exhibition, a collaboration with the Yale Centre for British Art, explores how fame and friendships could be celebrated thr...
A Pair of Paintings Reunited (New Acquisition)
An Encampment with Soldiers Gambling by Dutch painter Philips Wouwermans has been reunited with A Hawking Party Resting outside an Inn, in the collection at Waddesdon since the late 19th Century.
Jan Dunning - Rascal Shadows
A playful, surreal trail of installations and photograph's inspired by stories of the evacuees who lived at Waddesdon during the Second World War, culminating in a walk-in camera obscura.
Imagine - Lace at Waddesdon
Contemporary lace-makers and selected artists respond to the collection at Waddesdon. Follow the trail to discover lace works displayed in the historic interiors.
Windmill Hill Archive: Public Open Afternoons
The Archive and Reading Room at Windmill Hill is an amazing space to enjoy contemporary art and is home to the Rothschild Foundation. The archive is five minutes drive from the visitor car park or you can reach it on foot.
Time(s): 2:00PM to 4:00PM
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