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The National Art Library is a major reference library, situated in the Victoria and Albert Museum, a museum of decorative arts in London. Being a reference library, the NAL does not circulate its materials—all items must be accessed and consulted within the library.








The museum opened on GW’s Foggy Bottom Campus in 2015 as the new home of The Textile Museum, established in 1925, and the Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection, donated to GW in 2011. The museum occupies a custom-built facility and the adjoining historic Woodhull House. The new museum was created to advance study and appreciation of art, history, and culture. Through collaborations with students and faculty, the museum would also help shape the next generation of scholars and museum…




$('meta[property="og:image"]').attr('content','http://philippinestudies.uk/mapping/images/risd-mobile-image.jpg') 43597: Philippine Basket, undated. Identifier number 09.1029, courtesy of the Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Providence, RI, and a gift of the American Museum of Natural History The Philippine Collection at RISD by Cristina Juan*There is a small but interesting collection of material from the Philippines, assembled over more than a century from a variety of sources.…


The Philadelphia Museum of Art is an art museum originally chartered in 1876 for the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. The museum administers collections containing over 240,000 objects including major holdings of European, American and Asian origin. Following the example of London's South Kensington Museum, the new museum was to focus on applied art and science, and provide a school to train craftsmen in drawing, painting, modeling, and designing. The Pennsylvania Museum and School of…


Fish trap for catching fish in the rice fields, especially eels. The Linden Museum in Stuttgart has a total of 316 Philippine objects cataloged in its internal database - with only 99 objects published in its online collection. A majority of the 99 cataloged objects now online on the MPMC site are from the Philippine Cordilleras.In 2016, the Museum produced a virtual exhibition of the Linden-Museum’s Philippine Cordilleran collections as the result of a three-month residency of Prof. Dr. Leah…




Extensive collection (over 8,000 ethnographic and photographic materials) from the Philippines, primarily acquired between 1900 and 1930 by anthropologists, colonial administrators, and other collectors such as Henry Otley Beyer, John M. Garvan, William Cameron Forbes, Lewis H. Farlow, and Olov Janse.

















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