This is a blog written while studying the Museum Cultures MA at Birkbeck College, University of London. All text by the author of this blog unless indicated otherwise. Any errors in fact, or misrepresentation of academic positions and opinions are the author’s own.
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This is Danny Birchall's blog, written while studying a Masters in Museum Cultures at Birkbeck College, and working as web editor for London's Wellcome Collection. All text is by Danny Birchall unless indicated otherwise. Any errors in fact, or misrepresentation of academic positions are his own.
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- Can I Pick Your Brain? (by Nick Nick1)Can I Pick Your Brain? (by Nick Nick1)
Neon colors created in printed plate by...theartofgooglebooks: Neon colors created in printed plate by filter (“Washington’s secretary and library chair”). From Annals of Philadelphia, and Pennsylvania, in the Olden Time, v.3 by John Fanning Watson (1884). [Here]
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- William Orpen, Harvest 1918William Orpen, Harvest 1918
- Royal Artillery MemorialRoyal Artillery Memorial