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Publication to co-incide with ‘The Glory of Gothic: Art in England, 1400 – 1547’ at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 9 Oct-18 Jan 2004.The Lady Chapel constructed at the wish of Henry VII at Westminster Abbey is the last great masterpiece of English medieval architecture, and the culminating achievement of over three hundred years of development in the gothic style, at the point where it intersects with the new movements of the Renaissance. The burial place of some fifteen kings and queens, it houses both the largest surviving programme of gothic figure sculpture and the earliest and finest Renaissance tomb sculptures in England. This new book covers all the most important aspects of the Chapel’s history, from the establishment of the cult of the Virgin in the twelfth century to the restoration of the 1990s, which provided an unrepeatable opportunity for close examinationof the structure and contents of the building which is the subject of this volume. Contributors: ROGER BOWERS, DONALD BUTTRESS, THOMAS COCKE, MARGARET CONDON, BARBARA HARVEY, JACQUES HEYMAN, PHILLIP LINDLEY, RICHARD MORTIMER, JULIAN MUNBY, JOHN PHYSICK, ANDREW REYNOLDS, TIM TATTON-BROWN, CHARLES TRACY, CHRISTOPHER WILSON. RICHARD MORTIMER is Keeper of the Muniments, Westminster Abbey; TIM TATTON-BROWN is Consultant Archaeologist toWestminster Abbey.

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The Lady Chapel constructed at the wish of Henry VII at Westminster Abbey is the last great masterpiece of English medieval architecture, and the culminating achievement of over three hundred years of development in the gothic style, at the point where it intersects with the new movements of the Renaissance. The burial place of some fifteen kings and queens, it houses both the largest surviving programme of gothic figure sculpture and the earliest and finest Renaissance tomb sculptures in England. This new book covers all the most important aspects of the Chapel’s history, from the establishment of the cult of the Virgin in the twelfth century to the restoration of the 1990s, which provided an unrepeatable opportunity for close examination of the structure and contents of the building which is the subject of this volume.Contributors: ROGER BOWERS, DONALD BUTTRESS, THOMAS COCKE, MARGARET CONDON, BARBARA HARVEY, JACQUES HEYMAN, PHILLIP LINDLEY, RICHARD MORTIMER, JULIAN MUNBY, JOHN PHYSICK, ANDREW REYNOLDS, TIM TATTON-BROWN, CHARLES TRACY, CHRISTOPHER WILSON. Historians of British Art Book Prize for 2003 RICHARD MORTIMER is Keeper of the Muniments, Westminster Abbey; TIM TATTON-BROWN is Consultant Archaeologist to Westminster Abbey.

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An account of the history, architecture and monuments of the chapel, the final, exquisite flowering of the Gothic style.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781843830375
Binding:
Hardcover
Publication date:
11/15/2003
Publisher:
BOYDELL & BREWER
Pages:
392
Height:
1.27IN
Width:
7.12IN
Thickness:
1.27 in.
Number of Units:
1
Illustration:
Yes
Copyright Year:
2003
Series Volume:
13
UPC Code:
2147483647
Author:
T W Tatton Brown
Ed:
Richard Mortimer
Oth:
Andrew Reynolds
Ed:
Tim Tatton-Brown
Subject:
Religious buildings
Subject:
Architecture, gothic
Subject:
London
Subject:
England
Subject:
History

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