2 edition of lost cycle of Canterbury paintings of 1220 found in the catalog.
lost cycle of Canterbury paintings of 1220
Madeline Harrison Caviness
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Among the topics are a 15th-century stained glass from the chapel of Hampton Court showing the Apostles Creed and other subjects, three medallions of stained glass from the Sante Chapelle of Paris, reconstructing the choir clerestory glazing of Soissons Cathedral, a lost cycle of Canterbury paintings ofand the state of research into Cited by: 2.
Suger's glass at Saint-Denis - the state of research-- the 12th-century ornamental windows of Saint-Remi in Reims-- stained glass-- Romanesque "belles verrieres" in Canterbury-- Canterbury Cathedral clerestory - the glazing programme in relation to the campaigns of construction-- a lost cycle of Canterbury paintings of the Gothic window.
"A Lost Cycle of Canterbury Paintings of ," The Antiquaries Journal LIV (). "The Canterbury Jesse Window," Metropolitan Museum of Art, The YearIII, A symposium, New York,Ed. and introd. Medieval and Renaissance Stained Glass from File Size: KB.
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Contents include: Anniversary Address by J N L Myres; Excavations at Gloucester -Second Interim Report, by Henry Hurst; A Roman Stone-Mason's Workshop at Chester-le-Street and Lanchester, by Joyce Kewley; A Lost Cycle of Canterbury Paintings ofby Madeline Harrison Caviness; The Importance of the Ashmolean Roll of Arms for the.
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