All is thriving in medieval architecture publishing from the Romanesque to the Late Gothic: here are some very special books that have been published in the last few months. As always do let us know of any recently-published medieval art history books you would like us to include in a book roundup – we would beContinue reading “Book roundup: Medieval architecture”
In the spirit of the tradition forged by the late Andrew Ladis and his colleagues at the University of Georgia, an international congress of Trecento specialists will congregate at Tulane University to share their research formally and informally in New Orleans, LA.
Ever wondered how a medieval palace chapel was built? St Stephen’s Chapel, Westminster (constructed 1292-1363) was one of the most influential buildings of its age, and extensive records of its creation survive in the National Archives, London. From 21st November 2015, we will be using Twitter to post a live feed of a whole yearContinue reading “St Stephen’s Chapel live”
Call for Papers University of Geneva, November 4 – 05, 2016 Deadline: Dec 15, 2015 The University of Geneva’s Art History Unit and the University of Strasbourg’s Institute of Art History are organizing an international conference: Supposed Models, Identified Models: Their Uses in Gothic Art The topic of models, whose use is inherent to theContinue reading “Use of Models in Gothic Art (Geneva, 4-5 Nov 2016)”