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Tag Archives: Betsy and William D. Lovett Gallery

Cummer Returns Nazi Loot to Family



The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is proud to announce the resolution of a Nazi-era provenance/restitution case regarding two items in the Wark Collection of Early Meissen Porcelain. In 2010, information was discovered that brought the provenance of the pieces, a teapot and a coffeepot, into question.

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The Cummer Museum’s Interactive Meissen Exhibit



The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens features a permanent collection of nearly 5,000 works of art on their riverfront campus in Jacksonville.

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The Royal Dish: Passion. Power. Porcelain. – Lecture with Curator Holly Keris



Join Curator Holly Keris on Tuesday night for a lecture about the power and passion behind Meissen Porcelain.

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Cummer Podcast – The Royal Dish: Passion, Power, Porcelain



In this episode we walk you through our rededicated Betsy and William D. Lovett Gallery, home to the Meissen collection, and our beautifully redesigned exhibition space. The collection is one of our great treasures.

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Lovett Gallery Renovation Well Underway



The Betsy and William D. Lovett Gallery has been closed for renovation since February. During this time, the Curatorial Department has been busy removing all the paintings, furniture, Meissen porcelain and tearing down all the fabric and carpet. When that was done, we…

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