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Little Luna is a friendly lion, the perfect gift for little ones this Christmas [ Ow.ly Link ] #vamXmas #AdventCalendar
The earliest and most detailed depiction of Henry VIII’s famed Nonsuch palace has been saved for the nation and joins the Museum collection. This signed and dated watercolour by the celebrated Flemish painter Joris Hoefnagel was made in 1568. Subject to a temporary export ban earlier this year, it has now been saved for the nation. Purchased with the assistance of the National Heritage...
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One week to go until entry to the 2017 V&A Illustration Awards closes. Enter by 15 December to win up to £8,000. Feeling inspired? Check out some of the previous winners in this post. Could you be next?
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2013 Winner. Anna + Elene Balbusso. Eugene Onegin. The Folio Society, 2012
2011 Winner. Laura Carlin. Iron Man, Walker Books,...
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If they love William Morris, this beautiful book, featuring 'The Twelve Days of Christmas' carol, is sure to delight. Charmingly illustrated by Liz Catchpole, drawing on works by William Morris in the Museum collections. ow.ly/Nes4306Wdwg #vamXmas #AdventCalendar
Ever wondered what it’s like inside an artist’s studio, where designers or architects get their great ideas from, or how makers produce their final piece? Visit our artists in residence next Wednesday 14 December and discover more: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Bethan Lloyd Worthington, V&A Ceramics Resident
Today is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, one of the most important Marian feasts in the Roman Catholic Church. This panel from #OpusAnglicanum shows scenes from the life of the Virgin, and may have been used as an altar front during a time of veneration of the Virgin Mary, a popular theme in furnishings and vestments for the church in medieval England. vam.ac.uk/opus
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Next time you visit the Museum, look up! You'll see a canopy of stars lighting up the Grand Entrance [ Ow.ly Link ] #vamXmas
How have the finished and unfinished revolutions of the late 1960s changed the way we live today and think about the future? Meet the modern rebels who have been inspired by the counterculture movements of the 60s and continue to fight for change. Next up is Ayishat Akanbi, cultural commentator, stylist and artist who speaks out against injustice and inequality in intelligent, personal and...
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“Have nothing in your homes that you do not know to be useful and beautiful”

Examine the life and artistry of the master designer William Morris on a two-day weekend course this Spring and discover the revolutionary figure whose ideas shaped the Arts and Crafts movement.

William Morris: In Pursuit of Beauty

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Meet Blackie Bear, who was given as a Christmas present two years in a row: in 1910 and again in 1911. His first owner found him too scary, so he was returned to the shop and given to a different child the next year, who loved him so much his fur has worn away from where he's been held #VAMXmas #AdventCalendar See him and other objects given as gifts in Christmases past in our free festive...
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We're decking the halls! Add us to your list this Christmas and celebrate the festive season with events and activities for all, capturing the magic of a Victorian Christmas. vam.ac.uk/christmas
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Last night, we were delighted to welcome Donatella Versace, in conversation with Tim Blanks about her new book: VERSACE. During the event, it was revealed that Donatella will donate the dress that she wore to the 'Schiaparelli And Prada: Impossible Conversations' Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 7, 2012 to the Museum. The evening gown in metal mesh is from the...
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As a Christmas gift to you, we are offering 50% discount on exhibition tickets for both #OpusAnglicanum and #vamUndressed. Simply add tickets to your basket online or come and see us for a visit between 5-23 December (Monday-Friday) to see these exhibitions from just £6 each. vam.ac.uk/whatson

Images: Brown’s Patent “Dermathistic” Corset, 1883 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London; The Butler...
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Relive the magic of V&A Christmas trees past and discover this year's tree, designed by StudioXAG [ Ow.ly Link ] #vamXmas
Experience the magic of a Victorian Christmas at both the V&A in South Kensington and the V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green, with a month of spectacular displays, installations, family activities, film screenings, performances and more. vam.ac.uk/christmas

StudioXAG have been specially selected to dress the museums, taking Victoria and Albert’s Christmas as inspiration.
One of Tommy Cooper’s iconic fezzes joins our National Collection of Performing Arts! This also includes the recently-acquired Tommy Cooper Collection – the largest collection of its kind tracing the life and legacy of the much-loved British comedian. From 6 December, Cooper’s fez, along with a selection of objects from the collection, including posters, hand-written jokes and a section of his...
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Dream. Study. Admire. Our kaleidoscope is sure to bring a smile to their faces [ Ow.ly Link ] #vamXmas #AdventCalendar
When Janet Reger launched her luxury lingerie business in 1967 it attracted both admiration and vitriol. While some found her designs liberating and sexually empowering, others, notably the writer Angela Carter (1940–92), attacked them for objectifying and demeaning women. Reger’s fans loved her lingerie for its engagement with the erotic and saw it as feminine and sensual. Find out more at...
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Stage your own Woodstock this Christmas! This Jimi Hendrix print is a must for music musos [ Ow.ly Link ] #vamXmas #AdventCalendar
Do you have an angel on your tree? This beautiful stained glass planel from #OpusAnglicanum shows seraphs, who belonged to the first hierarachy of angels. They are identified by their six wings and feathered body, and here adopt an orans (praying) pose with arms raised. vam.ac.uk/opus

Stained glass panel, ca. 1450 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London