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Direct and dramatic, this bronze half-length statue represents a nude woman, aquatic from the waist down, who holds a scaly tail in each hand. Her long hair trails behind her to a set of fish gills that fan out from all sides of her body

“Dogs of the First World War” is an exhibition at Bishopsgate Institute showcasing images from the Libby Hall Collection. From Hall’s collection of thousands of canine images comes insight into the bond between man and dog, especially during times of war. The following slides contain more information provided by the Bishopsgate Institute about the history of the role dogs played in WWI.

Museum Founders Who Shaped the Future of Design In 1897 Sarah and Eleanor Hewitt opened a museum in New York City on the fourth floor of the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, the free school for adults founded by their grandfather, Peter Cooper. The museum they began went on to inspire--in Manhattan and, eventually, the nation--a new, heightened awareness of the decorative…