Catalogue of rubbings of brasses and incised slabs

by Victoria and Albert Museum. Department of Engraving, Illustration and Design.

Publisher: Pub. under the authority of the Board of Education in London

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  • Brasses.,
  • Brasses -- England.,
  • Sepulchral monuments.

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The American Eclipse of The path of the total eclipse of August had our offices at 99% totality - we closed the office to go watch the spectacle, but first we put together this gallery inspired by eclipses to celebrate.. Collecting Dr. Seuss. Until very recently people took European holidays travelling through cathedrals from Malta to England making brass rubbings from the priceless originals. However, deterioration of the monumental brasses has forced museums to permit viewing only from behind red velvet rope barricades. Thus, rubbings can only be done now from replicas. Sandwich, Kent, reproduced from Muriel Claydon, Catalogue of the Rubbings of Brasses and Incised Slabs (London, Victoria and Albert Museum, ; reprinted ), plate Buy Encyclopaedia Paperback Dictionaries & Reference Books in English and get the best deals at the lowest prices on eBay! Great Savings Free Delivery / Collection on many items.

  page 78 note 4 Victoria, and Museum, Albert, Catalogue of rubbings of brasses and incised slabs, p. page 79 note 1 The Itinerary of John Leland, ed. Smith, L. Toulmin, by:   I have an original book of brass rubbings that has been in the family for at least years. Of course it and everything else is from England. Do they usually sell for much and it is worth the time hunting it down. Maltwood Art Museum-Brass Rubbings, University of Victoria, Great Britain, Muller, Theodor Sculpture in the Netherlands, Germany, France and Spain; to , Penguin Books, Suffling, Ernest R English Church Brasses from the Thirteenth to the Seventeenth Century, Tabard Press, London, Zuffi, Stephano. Museum: Catalogue of Rubbings of Brasses and Incised Slabs (London, ), pl. 7 Sloane MS. , fol. 3, 'In die Sancii Johannis obitus Margarete ffelbrygge'; fol. 5V, 'in vigilia Sancti Petri Apostoli obitus domine Margarete ffelbrygge'; and fol. 7V, 'Obitus venerabilis domini Simonis ffelbrygge militis' and 'obitus Symonis ffelbrygge'.

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with Stuchfield, M., Monumental Brasses (Oxford, ) Bertram, J. (ed.), Monumental Brasses as Art and History (Stroud, ) Coales, J. (ed.), The Earliest. A List of Monumental Brasses on the Continent of Europe.

Newport Pagnell: Monumental Brass Society. ISBN Clayton, Muriel (). Catalogue of Rubbings of Brasses and Incised Slabs (2nd ed.). London: Victoria and Albert Museum. Coales, John, ed. The Earliest English Brasses: patronage, style and workshops, – London.

His first paper concerning ‘An Unrecorded Royal Brass at Peterborough’ was published in 'The Lost Brasses of Oxford' was published in volume XI in 2 parts (). Other important papers include the 'Brasses at Burton, Sussex' and the 'Incised Slabs in. Brass Rubbings. Catalogue of Rubbings of Brasses and Incised Slabs.

Creator Clayton, Muriel (author) Reference number //B Storage location LS1 (Section 19) Format. Book () Subjects.

Churches () Keywords. Brass Rubbings (1) No Comments. Start the ball rolling by posting a comment on this page. Add a comment about this page. These rubbings are used as wall art for many people. Museums have collected rubbings as records of these brasses as well; London's Victoria and Albert Museum has a large collection, documented in a nice book, titled simply Catalogue of Rubbings of Brasses and Incised Slabs.

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Books by Victoria and Albert Museum Victoria and Albert Museum Average rating ratings 15 reviews shelved 1, times Showing 30 distinct works. Before the appearance of monumental brasses in England during the latter portion of the 13th century, Anglo-Saxon grave markers had been decorated only with abstract designs.

During the 12th century, marble effigies as well as effigies on incised slabs began to appear, mainly over the tombs of major ecclesiastical figures and high-ranking Size: 3MB. With one of the largest book inventories in the world, find the book you are looking for. To help, we provided some of our favorites.

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All classes except royalty are depicted on brasses, from duchesses and archbishops to brewers, yeomen, and grocers. Occasionally, one can recognize a figure who played a minor part in English history, but generally those depicted are unknown to fame. Full text of "A Manual for the study of monumental brasses: with a descriptive catalogue of four hundred and fifty "rubbings" in the possession of the.

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It was founded in and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert/5. New Style Rubbings: By brass rubbing centres had appeared in many parts of the UK. They provided replicas of the original brasses and these were to be used instead. We could understand the need, but some aspects of the Reviews:   Clayton, Muriel, Victoria and Albert Museum: catalogue of rubbings of brasses and incised slabs, Londonplate For some slight evidence of role reversal in nunneries, similar to that of the boy bishops, see Power, Eileen, Medieval English nunneries c.

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