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Britain's Medieval Episcopal Thrones
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The thrones also reveal much about the personal circumstances of an individual bishop, and where he stood on the scale of a good diocesan on the one hand, and ambitious politician on the other, as exemplified at Exeter and Durham. The text is by the art historian, Dr Charles Tracy, a seasoned expert on church furniture both in Britain and on the continent of Europe. The chapter on the stone thrones was prepared by Andrew Budge who is currently preparing a Ph.D thesis on 'English Chantry Churches' at Birkbeck College. The polychromy authority, Eddie Sinclair, spent many hours on the scaffold to bring forward her remarkable report on the Exeter throne. Her full report is to be published online.The Exeter throne is also interpreted by the established timber conservation practitioner, Hugh Harrison, and the St Davids throne by the experienced draughtsman, Peter Ferguson. In an age of the CAD, his meticulous measured drawings of the Exeter and St Davids monuments are one of the most remarkable features of book. The architect, Paul Woodfield prepared the drawings for the Lincoln chair.
Britain's Medieval Episcopal Thrones by Andrew Budge; Charles Tracy was published by Oxbow Books in January 2015. The ISBN for Britain's Medieval Episcopal Thrones is 9781782977827.
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|Author / Artist||Andrew Budge; Charles Tracy|
|Publisher||Oxbow Books (January 2015)|
|Number of Pages||192|
|Page last updated||17th September 2017|