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The award winning Museun of Croydon by Fashion Atchitecture Taste (FAT) Studio

The award winning Museun of Croydon by Fashion Atchitecture Taste (FAT) Studio

Museum Strings Gallery: four single cases display some of the Academy’s finest instruments. © Royal Academy of Music, February 2013

Museum Strings Gallery: four single cases display some of the Academy’s finest instruments. © Royal Academy of Music, February 2013

Center for Creative Connections at the Dallas Museum of Art. An innovative, hands-on area for people of all ages!

Center for Creative Connections at the Dallas Museum of Art. An innovative, hands-on area for people of all ages!

This photograph of the Marquand Gallery in the Paintings Galleries was taken circa 1907.

This photograph of the Marquand Gallery in the Paintings Galleries was taken circa 1907.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Wing: The Branch Bank Facade; During construction; The space surrounding the Bank Facade would later become known as the Charles Engelhard Court. Photographed ca. October 1924.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Wing: The Branch Bank Facade; During construction; The space surrounding the Bank Facade would later become known as the Charles Engelhard Court. Photographed ca. October 1924.

Gallery C-36, November 11, 1914. In 1913 Benjamin Altman left to the Museum much of his great art collection, including the Chinese porcelain and Oriental carpets shown here. Altman's bequest filled five galleries and included sixteen Turkish, Indian, and Persian carpets, Safavid/Ottoman porcelains and metalwork, and numerous Chinese porcelains, seen in the center cases. In this blog post, learn more about the history of displaying Islamic art at the Museum.

Gallery C-36, November 11, 1914. In 1913 Benjamin Altman left to the Museum much of his great art collection, including the Chinese porcelain and Oriental carpets shown here. Altman's bequest filled five galleries and included sixteen Turkish, Indian, and Persian carpets, Safavid/Ottoman porcelains and metalwork, and numerous Chinese porcelains, seen in the center cases. In this blog post, learn more about the history of displaying Islamic art at the Museum.

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