|Celebrating Weddings in Hillwood’s Decorative Arts Collection
In conjunction with the opening of the exhibition Wedding Belles: Bridal Fashions from the Marjorie Merriweather Post Family, 1874-1958, this online exhibition explores wedding themes found in objects from Hillwood’s decorative arts collection.
|Russian Silver in America
In Hillwood’s new publication Russian Silver in America: Surviving the Melting Pot by Anne Odom, Odom surveys Russian silver production—its changing forms, styles, imagery, and techniques—over more than 250 years. This web exhibition highlights works from Hillwood's Russian silver collection which is the largest and most comprehensive outside of Russia.
|In the Soviet Union 1937–1938 |
A Legacy in Russian Decorative and Liturgical Art
While living in the Soviet Union as part of the American diplomatic community, Marjorie Post Davies discovered the beauty and mystery of Russia and its exceptional fine and decorative arts. This online exhibition highlights a selection of objects that Post Davies acquired during her time abroad and explores her lifelong passion for collecting and preserving Russian art.