Modern Rome

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Behind the Scenes with J.M.W. Turner’s “Modern Rome”

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How long does it take to install a painting in the Museum, from loading dock to gallery wall? For J.M.W. Turner’s Modern Rome—Campo Vaccino, the answer is seven days: really busy days, with lots of people working together to make… More»

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      Barley was used to brew beer and bake bread in the Middle Ages.

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