1st Edition

Mediaeval Art and Architecture in the East Riding of Yorkshire

By Christopher Wilson Copyright 1989
    236 Pages
    by Routledge

    The conference proceedings and transactions of the British Archaeological Association Conference for the year 1983. With focus on the topic of Medieval Art and Architecture in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

    Pre-Conquest Sculpture in Eastern Yorkshire, Beverley Minster Before the Early Thirteenth Century, Observations on the Twelfth-Century Sculpture from Bridlington Priory, Bridlington Priory: an Augustinian Church and Cloister in the Twelfth Century, The Medieval Stained Glass of Beverley Minster, A Survey of East Riding Sepulchral Monuments Before 1500, St Peter's Church, Howden, The Percy Tomb Workshop, The Architectural Development of Patrington Church and its Place in the Evolution of the Decorated Style in Yorkshire, Beverley in Conflict: Archbishop Alexander Neville and the Minster Clergy, 1381-8, Monumental Brasses: the Development of the York Workshops in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries, Misericords in Beverley Minster: their Relationship to other Misericords and Fifteenth-Century Prints


    Christopher Wilson