Durham University
United Kingdom (Durham)
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Although the university was only founded in 1832, still making it the third oldest English university, Durham has been a centre of learning since the Norman conquest. Due to its proximity with Scotland, the town was fortified and ruled by powerful archbishops, who built an impressive Cathedral there and later pushed for the creation of the university. Listed as world heritage buildings, the Cathedral and Castle are now used by the university (some students can even live in the Castle). Durham also counts 16 colleges, but unlike Oxford and Cambridge, they do not have research or teaching functions.

This prestigious university has about 17,500 students (including more than 4,000 postgraduates).

Old Elvet
Durham, Durham, County Durham DH1, UK
Top artists in the collection:

Richard EvansEnglish, 1784-18716 artworks
Clement Burlison1815-18994 artworks
Ralph HedleyEnglish, 1851-19133 artworks
Lowes Cato DickinsonEnglish, 1819-19081 artworks
Sir William BeecheyEnglish, 1753-18391 artworks
Charles West CopeEnglish, 1811-1890 (Academist)1 artworks
Paolo de' MatteisItalian, 1662-17281 artworks
Thomas Phillips1770-18451 artworks
Thomas Cantrell DugdaleEnglish, 1880-19521 artworks
Robert Jackson Emerson1878-19441 artworks
Henry LambEnglish, 1883-1960 (Post-Impressionist)1 artworks

The Athenaeum has no exhibitions on record for this museum. Exhibition records can be added for this museum here.