Exhibitions

Australia Tour, 1996
Australia Tour, 1996
Brussels Venue, 2005/6
Brussels Venue, 2005/6
 
Exhibitions
 
Permanent
(Checking exhibition status in advance is advised.)
 
 
Temporary
(Exhibition dates change, checking in advance is advised.)
 
  • New! April 10, 2017  Unveiling of the Artie and Dorothy McFerrin Gallery at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, Texas.
    Fabergé: Royal Gifts Featuring the Trellis Egg Surprise exhibition highlights the reunion after more than 80 years of the 1892 Diamond Trellis Egg given at Easter by Emperor Alexander III to his wife Maria Feodorovna with the original elephant surprise, a jeweled automaton discovered in 2015 in the British Royal Collection Trust. The elephant will be on view until April 1, 2018.

     
  • End of 2017  Fabergé Rooms, General Staff Building, Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
    Fabergé in the Great War has been extended to the end of the year with the addition a one-year loan of the Onassis’s Buddha sold at a 2008 Christie’s London auction.

     
  • February 4 – September 17, 2017  Hermitage Amsterdam
    1917. Romanovs & Revolution
    Twelve objects from the Fabergé in the Great War exhibition unveiled late in 2015 in the Fabergé Rooms, General Staff Building, Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg are now on view at the Hermitage Amsterdam venue as part of the 1917. Romanovs & Revolution. A catalog in English and Dutch was published. The venue will travel to Russia to be shown in an expanded form. (Courtesy Marina Lopato, Hermitage Museum)

     
  • November 12, 2017 – May, 27, 2018  Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland
    Fabergé and the Russian Craft Tradition: An Empire’s Legacy
    Objects collected by Henry Walters (1848-1931), art collector and founder of the museum, including the 1901 Gatchina Palace and the 1907 Rose Trellis Eggs by Fabergé and 70 other objects will be shown. A scholarly catalog is planned.