Posted on Tuesday 21 May 2013
Jennifer Mundy, Head of Collection Research at Tate has interviewed Jason about his research into the two sculptures 'The Singer' and 'Applause' by Edward Onslow Ford (see previous news item).
Posted on Thursday 16 May 2013
Published by Tate last month, Jason's project focuses on two sculptures by Edward Onslow Ford, The Singer, exhibited 1889 and Applause, 1893.
Posted on Thursday 25 April 2013
Michele's new book "'Monferrato' medievale : Crocevia di culture e sperimentazioni" has just been published by Scripta edizioni. ‘Monferrato’ medievale takes issue with traditional study of “local schools” in medieval art, stressing the limits of this category and suggesting a more nuanced analysis on historical geography of Romanesque architecture.
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