Conference: Towards an Art History of the Parish Church, 1200-1399, The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2-3 June 2017

Kenneth Clark Lecture Theatre, The Courtauld Institute of Art Organised by: Dr James Alexander Cameron: The Courtauld Institute of Art Meg Bernstein: University of California, Los Angeles / The Courtauld Institute Kress Fellow, 2015-2017 Ticket / entry details: £26 (general admission to both days) £16 (students and over-60s) Limited free places available for current Courtauld students (bookingContinue reading “Conference: Towards an Art History of the Parish Church, 1200-1399, The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2-3 June 2017”

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CFP: Towards an Art History of the Parish Church, 1200-1399, The Courtauld Institute of Art (2-3 June 2017), deadline 15 December 2016

Towards an Art History of the Parish Church, 1200-1399, to be held on 2-3 June, 2017 at The Courtauld Institute of Art, will gather scholars to revisit the question of the parish church and its relationship to medieval visual culture. Participants will contribute to a vibrant discussion of the Gothic parish church, its utility as an object of study, and the insights offered on the subject by diverse methodologies.

Study Day: Exploring the Heritage of St Michael and All Angels Church, Great Tew, 18 June 2016

The architectural historian Sir Nikolaus Pevsner described the village of Great Tew as ‘unforgettable’ and the same can be said of the parish church dedicated to St Michael and All Angels. Much of its medieval fabric remains including the shadows of a Passion cycle of wall paintings in the south aisle and the magnificent funerary brass to the county sheriff, John Wilcotes (d. 1422) and his first wife Alice in the chancel of the church. More recent features of interest include the 19th century sculptured effigy for Mary Anne Boulton (1834) in the north of the chancel.

Conference: Window on a Parish: The Stained Glass of St Laurence, Ludlow, 25 June 2016

Speakers:Dr Jasmine Allen, The Stained Glass Museum, ElyProfessor Tim Ayers, University of YorkSarah Brown, The York Glaziers TrustBridget Cherry, Independent ScholarDr Christian Liddy, University of DurhamEmma Woolfrey, University of York Tickets including refreshments and lunch:standard £50members of supporting organisations £45local residents £45Ludlow Palmers £40 Book at http://ludlowglass.eventbrite.co.uk or send a cheque made out to CTSLLContinue reading “Conference: Window on a Parish: The Stained Glass of St Laurence, Ludlow, 25 June 2016”

Conference: Pilgrimage: Location and Imagination in Medieval England, Wolfson College, Cambridge, 16 April 2016

The Cambridgeshire Historic Churches Trust in association with Cambridge University announce the programme of their 2016 conference: 09.30am     Registration 10.00am     Welcome and Introduction 10.05am     Indulgences, Images and Pilgrimage, with Dr Jessica Berenbeim (Magdalen College, Oxford) 11.00am     Coffee 11.25am     Over The Edge: Medieval travel and the experience of elsewhere, with Miguel Ayres de Campos (Courtauld InstituteContinue reading “Conference: Pilgrimage: Location and Imagination in Medieval England, Wolfson College, Cambridge, 16 April 2016”

Wymondham Abbey: Medieval Architectural Design Uncovered

Fellow Roland Harris reported to Salon, the Society of Antiquaries newsletter, about the following discovery from Wymondham Abbey. Current work there, for construction of new buildings at the east end of the church, has been accompanied by excavation and building recording. As anticipated this has revealed more of the plan and detail of the Norman BenedictineContinue reading “Wymondham Abbey: Medieval Architectural Design Uncovered”

Newly revealed Tudor wall paintings now on view in Welsh church

The first stage of revealing the magnificent wall paintings at Llancarfan church in the Vale of Glamorgan is complete, and for the first time these important discoveries are available for viewing by the general public. A video showing these discoveries is available from the BBC. Discovered only in 2007, these paintings have been painstakingly uncoveredContinue reading “Newly revealed Tudor wall paintings now on view in Welsh church”