A Museum Miscellany
Which are the oldest museums in the world? What is a cabinet of curiosity? What is on the FBI’s list of stolen art?
A Museum Miscellany celebrates the intriguing world of galleries and museums, from national institutions such as the Louvre, the British Museum, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art to niche collections such as the Lawnmower Museum and the Museum of Barbed Wire. Here you will find a cornucopia of museum-related facts, statistics, and lists, covering everything from museum ghosts, dangerous museum objects, and conservation beetles to treasure troves, museum heists and the Museum of London’s fatberg.
Bursting with quirky facts, intriguing statistics, and legendary curators, this book is the perfect gift for museum aficionados and collectors alike.
By Claire Cock-Starkey
- Hardcover; 20 line drawings
- 160 pages; 4 x 6 x 0.5 inches