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Two words: Special. Relationship. A new exhibit at America's National Churchill Museum

Opening March 5, 2019

How would you depict that concept on a 6” x 6” canvas?

America’s National Churchill Museum at Westminster College, together with every school district in Callaway County, Missouri, is planning a community art project to explore the idea.

When Sir Winston Churchill delivered his historic address at Westminster College on March 5, 1946, he coined the phrase “special relationship” referring to the alliance between Great Britain and the United States.  

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‘Art and the Churchill Family’ Exhibition Blenheim Palace | 10 February to 16 March 2019

Showcasing recently acquired works of art, including rarely seen works by Sir Winston Churchill and family portraits from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

As part of our goal to re-acquire key works from the Palace’s lost collections, we have recently acquired 15 paintings and 40 miniatures from the Estate of Viscount Churchill, and these will be exhibited for the first time in the Long Library.

Winston Spencer Churchill, born at Blenheim Palace in 1874, was a lover of art and talented artist, spending much time painting the vistas of the Palace.

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Queen Mary Recognizes Churchill Famed Ship Opens New Exhibit

Members of the International Churchill Society gathered aboard the RMS Queen Mary on December 8th to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the ship’s arrival in Long Beach, California with the opening of a new exhibit. “Their Finest Hours: Winston Churchill and the Queen Mary” was officially dedicated by Sir Winston’s great-granddaughter Jennie Churchill and International Churchill Society Chairman Laurence Geller. Watch a short video of the highlights.

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Great War Trench Art New Exhibit at National Churchill Museum

A new exhibit, “From Swords to Plowshares: Trench Art from the Great War,” features more than 110 objects crafted by soldiers and artists from artillery shells, bullets, shrapnel, aircraft parts, currency, and other miscellaneous objects. Called “trench art,” the objects have been transformed into vases, elaborate lamps, cigarette lighters, and ashtrays as well as other artistic works. Folk art designs with elaborate engraving and repoussé work have been incorporated into the works. Read More >

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