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  1. Conserving the Baillieu’s dragon

    Funding from the Miegunyah Bequest enabled the Baillieu Library’s most requested work of art, The Dragon Devouring the Companions of Cadmus (c.1588), to be conserved. Treatment …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/librarycollections/2017/11/29/conserving-the-baillieus-dragon

  2. Elisabetta Sirani: Artist of Bologna

    Women artists working during the 16th and 17th centuries were few, or that is, only a small number came to prominence in the Western canon of …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/librarycollections/2017/11/23/elisabetta-sirani-artist-of-bologna

  3. Anniversary of Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation

    Forget about Halloween, the 31st of October is Reformation Day, and 2017 marks 500 years since the German monk Martin Luther (1493-1546) nailed his 95 thesis …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/librarycollections/2017/10/30/anniversary-of-martin-luther-and-the-protestant-reformation

  4. Yolngu culture comes to the Baillieu Library Print Collection

    ‘May I have a volunteer to cut off their hair.’ This was the arresting opening statement to the art history tutorial led by Yolngu elder and …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/librarycollections/2017/10/26/yolngu-culture-comes-to-the-baillieu-library-print-collection

  5. Bursting a bubble: Using prints to teach finance and economics

    Just what a hall filled with finance students were not expecting on their first lecture for semester two, was a print curator armed with printed images, …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/librarycollections/2017/09/27/bursting-a-bubble-using-prints-to-teach-finance-and-economics

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