In the same way, that museum exhibition was a big polemical attack on Pim Fortuyn mislabeled as a study of the fall of Rome.
They were part of an exhibit of 150 pieces from a private collection at the museum.
She let the museum pick the architect; she let the museum do the work.
A second Kickstarter campaign raked in $76,000, and in September, Ebenstein devoted herself to the museum full-time.
Rarely has the influence of a museum been so heavily endorsed.
And the man you have arrested, do you think he is connected with the men who were fighting in the museum?
There also was the museum or university, in which many learned men were at work.
And the man in the glass case looked at us as if we were the museum instead of him.
It is becoming a perfect nightmare to me ever since it has been hung in the Luxembourg museum.'
He showed me the museum collection, and I was so interested I took mine back home and started to hunt them.
1610s, "the university building in Alexandria," from Latin museum "library, study," from Greek mouseion "place of study, library or museum, school of art or poetry," originally "a seat or shrine of the Muses," from Mousa "Muse" (see muse (n.)). Earliest use in reference to English institutions was of libraries (e.g. the British Museum); sense of "building to display objects" first recorded 1680s.