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Masterpieces of 17th-19th-Century British Design to be the Focus of New Exhibition at the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg

  • January 28th, 2020 09:48

When the first curators at Colonial Williamsburg began to buy objects for the collection 90 years ago, they acquired what they believed at the time to be appropriate for furnishing the ...

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The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Appoints Cliff Fleet President and CEO

  • December 16th, 2019 07:45

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation has appointed Cliff Fleet, current president and CEO of 22nd Century Group, business professor at William & Mary, and former president and CEO of ...

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An Extremely Rare Map of South Carolina and a Part of Georgia Published During the Eighteenth Century is Acquired by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

  • May 7th, 2019 07:58

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation has recently acquired a very rare copy of A Map of South Carolina and a Part of Georgia published in 1780 by William Faden based on a 1757 version ...

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The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Acquires its First Judaica Objects for its Collections along with Items Depicting the Early Anglo-American Jewish Experience

  • April 2nd, 2019 10:17

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation has recently added several important objects of Judaica to its collections: a sterling silver and gold Kiddush cup and a silver and gold yad (or Torah ...

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Eighteenth-Century Weapons of War Are the Focus of a New Exhibition Opening in April 2019 at the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg

  • March 11th, 2019 09:35

Warfare is complex and sophisticated today, but in the 1700s, during the French and Indian and Revolutionary wars, weaponry and combat was far less so. The arms used by the combatants on ...

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Portrait of British Military Officer Who Fought in America by Important 18th-Century English Painter Joins Colonial Williamsburg Collection

  • March 5th, 2019 10:29

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation has recently acquired its first portrait by the well-known, eighteenth-century British landscape and portrait painter Joseph Wright of Derby ...

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Rare Revolutionary War Military Portrait Joins the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Collections

  • November 8th, 2018 08:10

Likenesses of British officers who served in the Revolutionary War are rare. Therefore, the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation’s recent acquisition of the first bust-length, British ...

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The Silver Teapot Owned by Virginia's Last Royal Governor Returns to Colonial Williamsburg

  • September 17th, 2018 07:45

A small, delicately engraved, silver teapot that belonged to the Scottish nobleman John Murray (ca. 1730-1809), fourth earl of Dunmore and Virginia’s last royal governor, which descended ...

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The First Exhibition of Rare Early-American Sewn and Hooked Rugs at the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg to Open in September 2018

  • July 30th, 2018 08:29

Spanning more than a century of rug making, the craft of creating non-woven rugs will be in the spotlight at the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, one of the Art Museums of ...

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The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Receives Rare Painting from the Subject's Descendants by 18th-Century Virginia Artist

  • July 2nd, 2018 09:24

In the first half of the 18th century, William Dering was a well-connected dancing master and artist who lived and worked in Williamsburg, Virginia. Today, only six of Dering’s paintings ...

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