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Truths of the Trade: Collecting, Researching, and Exhibiting an 18th-Century Atlantic World Cabinet
A mere shadow, faintly visible in raking light, is all that remains…

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Erica Wilson: A Life in Stitches
Erica Wilson (1928-2011) was arguably the most successful embroidery designer, teacher, and…

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Treasures on Trial
Treasures on Trial: The Art and Science of Detecting Fakes reveals the intriguing…

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Re-Presenting Black Womanhood
Highlighting objects from the Winterthur collection, this exhibition invites visitors to engage…

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Patriotic America
Winterthur joins the Transferware Collectors Club and Historic New England in making…

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Who’s Your Daddy: Families in Early American Needlework
View a Web cast featuring retired curator Linda Eaton discussing many of…

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Uncorked! Wine, Objects & Tradition
Winterthur’s major exhibition is available online in permanent form. Uncorked! presents a fascinating and…

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Dominy
The Dominy collections at Winterthur tell the story of three generations of…

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The Diligent Needle: Instrument of Profit, Pleasure, and Ornament
Needlework has historically been central to a young woman’s education. The Diligent Needle features…

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Lasting Impressions
Sparked by the gift of an important collection of Currier & Ives…

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Spode
Since Josiah Spode (1733–97) popularized blue printed pottery in the late 1700s,…

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Made for the Trade
Native Americans have been making objects to trade and sell to non-Native…

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Shall We Dance? Three Centuries of Dance in America
Step out on the virtual dance floor and enjoy this celebration of…

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The Flowering of American Tinware
Selections from Winterthur’s superb collection of painted and decorated early American tinware…

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Collecting for the Future: Recent Additions to the Winterthur Collection
This exhibition features an eclectic selection of recent additions to the collection,…

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The Daniel & Serga Nadler Collection of Chinese Export Porcelain
Virtually experience the Winterthur Galleries display that was unveiled in November 2012…

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Boston Furniture at Winterthur
BOSTON. The name brings to mind Beacon Hill, baked beans, and the…

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The Winterthur Library Revealed: Five Centuries of Design and Inspiration
Experience the treasures of Winterthur Library in this virtual exhibition based on…

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Common Destinations: Maps in the American Experience
This path-breaking exhibition charts objects and imagery related to America’s historical fascination…

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