This week’s competition prize is The Fitzwilliam Museum: A History by
Lucilla Burn, published by Philip Wilson Publishers (£25). Click here for your chance to win.
To commemorate its bicentenary, the Fitzwilliam has commissioned a new
history of its founding and development. Assistant director of collections Lucilla Burn also sets the Fitzwilliam in the wider context of university museums.
For your chance to win simply answer the following question and submit your details here before midday on 6 May.
Which of the Fitzwilliam Museum’s past directors is now more famous for his ghost stories?
This competition closes at midday on 6 May.
For our last competition prize we offered Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art by Patrick Noon and Christopher Riopelle, published by Yale University Press (£35)
Which French poet described Delacroix as ‘a volcanic crater artfully concealed behind bouquets of flowers’?
Answer: Charles Baudelaire
Congratulations to the winner, Richard Tyler.
The loss of the National Glass Centre would be a shattering blow