Post-Reformation Wall Painting Goes to Leeds International Medieval Congress

Our very own Cameron Newham will be talking about the Post-Reformation Wall Painting Project at Leeds IMC in July 2015.  By then, the project will have been running for a year.

Cameron will be presenting in a session with co-researcher and medieval wall painting expert Dr Ellie Pridgeon, as well the Finnish visual culture scholar Dr Katja Falt (University of Jyväskylä).  The session, entitled ‘Change or Continuity?: Visual Culture at the Reformation and Beyond’, will examine the visual changes to churches and monastic interiors at the Reformation in England and Scandinavia.

Post-Reformation Wall Painting at Inglesham, Wiltshire.

Post-Reformation Wall Painting at Inglesham, Wiltshire.

Cameron’s paper will provide an update on the Post-Reformation Wall Painting Project, and consider the physical and iconographical relationship of these images to medieval paintings.

The session will be chaired by Dr Kimm Curran (University of Glasgow).

 

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