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Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

 Organization

Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:

Children looking at Fabergé egg pendant, Late 1950s/early 1960s

 Item — Binder: SC-07 Photo Archives, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.11.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.11.001
Scope and Contents Description: A young girl dangles a Fabergé miniature Easter egg pendant on a chain over a table while a young boy touches the egg with his index finger. In the 1950s and 1960s, the museum regularly set up publicity shots with children that allowed them to take a closer look at (and often touch!) the Fabergé artworks.
Dates: Late 1950s/early 1960s

Children looking at Fabergé eggs, 1966

 Item — Binder: SC-07 Photo Archives, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.03.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.03.001
Scope and Contents Description: A young girl tries on a jewelled ring as a young boy looks on. Four Fabergé eggs are on the table in front of them. In the 1950s and 1960s, the museum regularly set up publicity shots with children that allowed them to take a closer look at (and often touch!) the Fabergé artworks.
Dates: 1966

Children looking at Fabergé imperial eggs, undated

 Item — Binder: SC-07 Photo Archives, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.01.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.01.001
Scope and Contents Description: Two young children bend down to peer at Fabergé eggs sitting on a table. In the 1950s and 1960s, the museum regularly set up publicity shots with children that allowed them to take a closer look at (and often touch!) the Fabergé artworks.
Dates: undated

Children looking at Fabergé imperial eggs, Late 1950s/early 1960s

 Item — Binder: SC-07 Photo Archives, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.13.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.13.001
Scope and Contents Description: Two young children stare at three Fabergé eggs, including the Imperial Tsarevich Easter Egg and Imperial Easter Egg with Revolving Miniatures, which are all set on a pedestal at eye level inches away from their faces. In the 1950s and 1960s, the museum regularly set up publicity shots with children that allowed them to take a closer look at (and often touch!) the Fabergé artworks.
Dates: Late 1950s/early 1960s

Children looking at Fabergé objects in gallery case, Late 1950s/early 1960s

 Item — Binder: SC-07 Photo Archives, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.12.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.12.001
Scope and Contents Description: A young girl rests her gloved hands on the edge of a display case filled with Fabergé artworks as a young boy to her left watches and smiles. In the 1950s and 1960s, the museum regularly set up publicity shots with children that allowed them to take a closer look at (and often touch!) the Fabergé artworks.
Dates: Late 1950s/early 1960s

Children looking inside Fabergé imperial egg, 1966

 Item — Binder: SC-07 Photo Archives, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.02.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.02.001
Scope and Contents Description: Two young children peer into the open top of the Imperial Tsarevich Easter Egg. In the 1950s and 1960s, the museum regularly set up publicity shots with children that allowed them to take a closer look at (and often touch!) the Fabergé imperial eggs.
Dates: 1966

Confederate Chapel, Negative 3184, Jan. 1958

 Item — Box: SC-21 Box 1, Item: SC21.01.1.003
Identifier: SC21.01.1.003
Scope and Contents From the Item: The collection’s inclusive dates are 1885-1958, with the bulk of the material dating from 1885-1937. The collection is comprised of photographs, postcards, reunion ribbons, press clippings, and a guest register.
Dates: Jan. 1958

Cossitt child opening Fabergé egg to view ring, 1967

 Item — Binder: SC-07 Photo Archives, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.09.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.09.001
Scope and Contents Description: A young girl opens an egg-shaped ring box which contains a jewelled ring within it. In the 1950s and 1960s, the museum regularly set up publicity shots with children that allowed them to take a closer look at (and often touch!) the Fabergé artworks.
Dates: 1967

Cossitt child viewing Fabergé imperial egg, 1967

 Item — Binder: SC-07 Photo Archives, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.07.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.07.001
Scope and Contents Description: A young boy stares at Fabergé's Imperial Easter Egg with Revolving Miniatures, which is set on a table right in front of him. In the 1950s and 1960s, the museum regularly set up publicity shots with children that allowed them to take a closer look at (and often touch!) the Fabergé artworks.
Dates: 1967

Cossitt children holding Fabergé vase with tulip, 1967

 Item — Binder: SC-07 Photo Archives, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.08.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.08.001
Scope and Contents Description: A young girl holds the vase of a Fabergé tulip in her hands while a young boy looks on. Other Fabergé pieces, including the Imperial Red Cross Easter Egg, sits on the same table behind the flower. In the 1950s and 1960s, the museum regularly set up publicity shots with children that allowed them to take a closer look at (and often touch!) the Fabergé artworks.
Dates: 1967

Cossitt children viewing Fabergé imperial eggs, 1967

 Item — Binder: SC-07 Photo Archives, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.06.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.06.001
Scope and Contents Description: Two young children look at one another while their hands rest on a table with two Fabergé imperial eggs on it. In the 1950s and 1960s, the museum regularly set up publicity shots with children that allowed them to take a closer look at (and often touch!) the Fabergé artworks.
Dates: 1967

[Harry?] Robertson, Docent and Studio Instructor, holding Fabergé rabbit pitcher, Mar. 23, 1959

 Item — Binder: SC-07 Photo Archives, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.05.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.05.001
Scope and Contents Description: A young girl smiles as a museum guard presents her with Faberge's rabbit pitcher. She holds another open Fabergé egg in her hands while another guard looks on. In the 1950s and 1960s, the museum regularly set up publicity shots with children that allowed them to take a closer look at (and often touch!) the Fabergé artworks.
Dates: Mar. 23, 1959

Henrietta Lloyd Near, State Services Assistant, cleaning the flowers in the gallery case, June 26, 1956

 Item — Binder: SC-07 Photo Archives, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.04.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.04.001
Scope and Contents Description: Museum staffer Henrietta Near uses a long-handled narrow brush to clean Fabergé flowers in an exhibition case.
Dates: June 26, 1956

Henrietta Lloyd Near, State Services Assistant, cleaning the flowers in the gallery case, June 26, 1956

 Item — Binder: SC-07 Photo Archives, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.PH.10.001
Identifier: SC07.PH.10.001
Scope and Contents Description: Museum staffer Henrietta Near uses a short-handled wide brush to clean Fabergé flowers in an exhibition case.
Dates: June 26, 1956

Lillian Thomas Pratt Collection, [1947?]

 Item — Box: SC-07 Box 2, Folder: 16, Item: SC07.CF.04.001
Identifier: SC07.CF.04.001
Scope and Contents Transcription: [In process]
Dates: [1947?]

Records of Virginia Arts Organizations (SC-03)

 Item — Box: SC-03 Box 1
Identifier: SC-03
Abstract The collection documents the rich history of Richmond’s artistic culture and community in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Drawing upon the legacy of the first Academy of Fine Arts in the United States, founded in Richmond in 1786, the Richmond Academy of Arts was revived in 1930, and records created throughout the organization’s history comprise the majority of the collection. The Academy provided the most cohesive and active arts organization in Richmond before the founding of the...
Dates: 1888-1942