Find artistic responses to the landscapes of the Peak District and Derbyshire
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The Themes are a great way to dive into the Wonders of the Peak collection and to understand how it is organised.
Content relating to, or inside, the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site
In addition to the two examples above, there are 9 more Themes to explore.
You might find that some of the Themes have corresponding spaces within the Museum where you can see a selection of related objects in one place.
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The Mystery of the Bronze Age Dolphin
Buxton Museum & Art Gallery
The Wonders out in the landscape are linked to the Wonders of the Peak exhibits in Buxton Museum & Art Gallery. The Museum is a great place to start your trip to the Peak District.
We have a bit of a mystery at Buxton Museum and Art Gallery. “Winter” is a photography exhibition by John Vere Brown. The portfolio of 23 silver bromide prints of winter landscapes is his only known Derbyshire work. Why these images were taken and how they came into Derbyshire County Council’s collection is not clear. […]
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