The Monumental Brass Society are holding a study day at Lingfield Church in Surrey on the 28th September 2013. The speakers will be Nigel Saul and Clive Burgess. The cost is £25.00 for members and £40.00 for non-members. A special concessionary rate of £15.00 is available for full-time registered students. Lunch is not included. MoreContinue reading “Monumental Brass Society: Lingfield study day”
As the Mellon Centre for British Art continues to increasingly expand their focus beyond the eighteenth century, the first in a planned series of One Object, Three Voices will focus on the spectacular painted rood screen at Ranworth. The church, a short distance outside Norwich, is outstanding even among the screens of the county as aContinue reading “Medieval Art at the Mellon – the Ranworth rood screen”
A new exhibition at Tate Britain focusing on iconoclasm and vandalism in art will feature a statue of Christ found beneath the floor of the chapel of the Mercers’ Hall in London. Since its discovery in 1954, the statue has never been sent out on loan. The statue is likely by a Flemish artist workingContinue reading “Mercers’ Hall Christ to star in new Tate Britain exhibition”
The director of the York Glaziers’ Trust, Sarah Brown will be giving this year’s annual lecture for the Ely Stained Glass Museum in London. The topic of the paper will be “‘The conservation of a medieval master-piece: John Thorntonʼs stained glass Apocalypse in York Minster“. The lecture will begin at 6pm at Art Worker’s Guild,Continue reading “Stained glass museum annual lecture”
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