The British Archaeological Association invites papers for their 2022 International Romanesque conference which will take place at the British School at Rome.
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Lecture: ‘English Romanesque Sculpture in its Architectural Context’ by Professor Malcolm Thurlby, Annual Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain & Ireland lecture, Courtauld Institute of Art, 24 April 2018, 17:30pm
This year’s CRSBI annual public lecture, delivered by Professor Malcolm Thurlby of York University, Toronto, Canada, will consider English Romanesque sculpture in the context of its architectural matrix, focusing on specific carved elements such as portals, tympana, capitals, and figural reliefs.
New Publications: New Titles on Medieval Art
We would like to draw your attention to three new books on medieval art that came out in 2017: on architecture, metalwork and the iconography of St. John’s head.
Lecture: North and South of the Loire: The Culture of Copying and the Rebirth of Sculpture, Professor Deborah Kahn, Courtauld Institute of Art, 25 April 2017 5.30pm
From his thesis of 1950 on “Regional Schools of English Sculpture” to his later writings, Professor George Zarnecki, deputy director of the Courtauld Institute of Art from 1961 – 74, showed himself to be a master of visual comparison. In one of his last articles (written in 1992), he surveyed the iconographic kinship between the earliest Romanesque sculptures at Saint-Benoit-sur-Loîre, Bayeux and Toulouse.
Conference: Romanesque Art: Patrons and Processes, British Archaeological Association Conference, Barcelona (7-9 April 2014)
7-9 April 2014, Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Barcelona Following earlier conferences on Romanesque and the Past (London, 2010), and Romanesque and the Mediterranean (Palermo, 2012), the British Archaeological Association is collaborating with the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya and the Research project Magistri Cataloniae to stage the third in a biennial series of internationalContinue reading “Conference: Romanesque Art: Patrons and Processes, British Archaeological Association Conference, Barcelona (7-9 April 2014)”