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Tag Archives: Ralph H. and Constance I. Wark

Cummer Concert Series – St. Lawrence String Quartet

Oct

21

The St. Lawrence String Quartet (SLSQ) is one of the world-class chamber ensembles of its generation. Since winning both the Banff International String Quartet Competition and Young Concert Artists International Auditions in…

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

Jun

03

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

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Lovett Gallery and New Exhibition Now on View

May

20

Both the Lovett Gallery and the Silk Road exhibition are opened to the public. Come and check out the new installations, publication and technology today.

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Cummer announces new book on Meissen

May

13

The Cummer Museum is pleased to announce a new publication on its collection of early Meissen porcelain.

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#45 Johann Gregor Höroldt for Meissen Porcelain Manufactory

Feb

08

The Ralph H. and Constance I. Wark Collection of early Meissen porcelain is one of the three finest and most comprehensive collections in the world. Ralph Wark (1902-1907) bought his first Meissen piece in 1922, and over the next sixty years acquired more than seven hundred pieces.

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