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British Museum

Book your exhibition tickets now and discover more about #Hokusai in a range of exciting events: ow.ly/lE1230ba4zM
Our #Hokusai exhibition opens in one month! Here are a few facts you may not know about his iconic Great Wave🌊blog.britishmuseum.org/making-waves/?…CZ
Artist Jim Dine features in our #AmericanDream exhibition of US prints – read his interview in @Apollo_magazine apollo-magazine.com/jim-dines-six-…
It’s #WorldPenguinDay! Here are a few of our favourite flightless friends from the collection 🐧H
It’s #InternationalSculptureDay! From Italy and ancient Egypt to Mexico and Japan, here are some fabulous forms from around the world
See this brilliant mask in our free display exploring cultural resilience on the Northwest Coast of North America: ow.ly/yjLO30aB7Te
This is a transformation mask used in feast performances by the Kwakwaka'wakw people of Canada’s northwest coast ow.ly/2LLl30aB2NV
‘Love is not love which alters when it alteration finds’ – Shakespeare’s Sonnet 116 is engraved on this bracelet ow.ly/t0Vp30b3c7e
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Shakespeare was (supposedly) born #onthisday in 1564, and died #onthisday in 1616. What’s your favourite work by the Bard?
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See how Turner influenced the work of later artists in our free exhibition about British landscapes: ow.ly/uNxl30aZj5P
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J M W Turner was born #onthisday in 1755. In this watercolour from 1829, he depicts how his coach ‘zizd into a ditch’ returning from Italy!
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This incredible 16th-century jewel shows the patron saint of England slaying the dragon #StGeorgesDay ow.ly/CMdJ30aZlIA
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‘Love is not love which alters when it alteration finds’ – Shakespeare’s Sonnet 116 is engraved on this bracelet ow.ly/t0Vp30b3c7e
Shakespeare was (supposedly) born #onthisday in 1564, and died #onthisday in 1616. What’s your favourite work by the Bard?
See how Turner influenced the work of later artists in our free exhibition about British landscapes: ow.ly/uNxl30aZj5P
J M W Turner was born #onthisday in 1755. In this watercolour from 1829, he depicts how his coach ‘zizd into a ditch’ returning from Italy!
This incredible 16th-century jewel shows the patron saint of England slaying the dragon #StGeorgesDay ow.ly/CMdJ30aZlIA
Irving Finkel will take on @tomscott in the Game of Ur, the oldest playable board game in the world @TabletopDay m.youtube.com/watch?v=EQdubg…
This is a ceremonial Mixtec shield, beautifully inlaid with turquoise & shells. Here are the details of the design ow.ly/kPpE30b0L7S
Drop in today for free performances & activities sharing stories of migration as part of our #MovingStories display ow.ly/PnuZ30b0V3i
See million-year-old footprints and art inspired by exile in our free display exploring migration #MovingStories ow.ly/Z7Rq30b0UX8
One of only two known surviving examples in gold, the medal is inscribed in Latin, Hebrew & Greek – the languages of the Bible
Henry VIII ascended the throne #onthisday in 1509. This rare medal depicts the king as head of the Church of England ow.ly/cLL530aZ4OS
‘I sat a long time by the window… waiting for I know not what’ – Jane Eyre Author Charlotte Brontë was born #onthisday in 1814
.@britishmuseum Intricately detailed silver teapot. Made by Oomersee Mawjee workshop, Baroda. ow.ly/LlJY30b3cZ1 @britishmuseum #nationalteaday
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