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Frederick Gordon Tutton's 'A Domestic Affair' made in the mid-1920s is an example of early colour photography in RAMM's Fine Art collection.
Exeter University placement student Rory Weaver reports his research on Derrick Worton's butterfly collection. Many of the 7,000 specimens come from Devon.
Learn more about the photographs in RAMM’s collections that are part of the latest collections review.
Discover how the craftsmanship of a prominent Tudor family from Exeter illuminates this fascinating period.
Discover the work of these Victorian pioneers in craftsmanship.
Miss JE Linter began collecting land snail shells in the 1880s. Her collection is of the finest quality. RAMM has over 15,000 of her shells from around the globe.
South West Collections Explorer has a new feature for researchers and others. It allows visitors to curate a collection of objects then share or keep the collection private.
New research locates type mollusc material belonging to Colonel George Montagu at RAMM and Natural History Museum
A donor's visit has provided some new insights into RAMM's Art Pottery collection.