A French wooden doll in a gown trimmed with Binche lace. The doll is said to have been dressed by Marie Antoinette – for her daughter – while imprisoned, awaiting execution, during the French Revolution.
Ravishing new exhibition of watercolour landscapes opens on 25 January.
We need a chairperson to lead the board of trustees in its exciting ongoing development.
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