Clare Walker Gore, Adventures in Marble and Monochrome: Victorian Sculpture and Photography at Tate Britain

Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840-1860 25 February – 7 June Sculpture Victorious 25 February – 25 May With its fabulous permanent collection of Pre-Raphaelite paintings, Tate Britain always has an embarrassment of riches to offer the Victorian enthusiast, but its latest exhibitions are a further inducement to make the trip to Millbank if you can. Salt and Silver provides a fascinating glimpse into the world of early Victorian photography, bringing together ninety rare salted paper photographs from the mid-nineteenth

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Exploring Tate Britain’s Victorian Exhibitions: ‘Sculpture Victorious’ and ‘Salt and Silver’

Exploring Tate Britain’s Victorian Exhibitions: ‘Sculpture Victorious’ and ‘Salt and Silver’ Sculpture Victorious: 25 Feb – 25 May 2015 Tate Britain is offering 2 for 1 tickets to its sublime new exhibition Sculpture Victorious: The Beauty and Power of Victorian Sculptureto the Journal of Victorian Culture readers.  To book tickets for this offer enter code: ‘SVVC241’ online at TATE.ORG.UK. The offer is available from Monday 20th April until Monday 11 May. Powerful, beautiful and inventive, the Victorian era was a golden

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Lauren Padgett, Representations of Victorian Women in Museums

Lauren Padgett is a PhD candidate at Leeds Trinity University investigating representations of Victorian women in museums. She is attached to the Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies and coordinates its blogs. She worked for several years in the museum industry. Her wider research interests include physical, intellectual and cultural museum access for traditionally marginalised individuals. She is also interested in Bradford’s local history. She tweets @LaurenPadgett24 and can be contacted at 1408014@leedstrinity.ac.uk   Millions of people visit museums, heritage sites and

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