The Armstrong Browning Library prepares two or three major exhibitions each year, drawn from its own collections of letters, manuscripts, books from the Brownings' personal library, and other rare materials housed in the Library.
The Victorians are remembered for being conservative, but there are surprising subjects explored in Victorian art, literature, and poetry. Our latest exhibit explores Victorian art as an expressive outlet in response to a restrictive society.
While the contents rotate, exhibits on these themes are on display year-round.
Revisit past exhibitions that were on display in the Library.