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Royal arms in churches, the artists.

Rosemary A. Pardoe

Royal arms in churches, the artists.

by Rosemary A. Pardoe

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Published by R. Pardoe in Liverpool (Flat 2, 38 Sandown La., Liverpool 15) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Heraldry -- England.,
  • Artists -- England.

  • Edition Notes

    Compiler, Rosemary Pardoe.

    SeriesRoyal arms in churches occasional leaflets -- no.1
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21855604M

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    Oil painting on wood panel, Royal Arms of George IV, dated and inscribed with the names of the two church wardens who commissioned it - John Burt and Thomas Crago, On black ground. Provenance Formerly hung in Montacute Church (panel NT property). [4] p., [11] pl.; × mm. All plates are signed with the name of the source-artist and that of the engraver. The engravers are William Forrest, James Faed, William Richardson, Edward Burton, John Le Conte, Thomas Dick. Each carries the publisher's imprint of the 'Royal Association, Fine Arts.

    Heraldry has been a recurrent theme, the Black, White, Red and Golden Lions have formed part of the royal coat of arms since the time of the Norman Conquest. The Unicorn was in the Scottish arms, the Red Dragon in the Welsh and the White Horse in the Hanoverian. The Rising Sun was the . Elizabeth of York, Queen to King Henry VII of England, died in the Tower of London on Febru She had given birth to a daughter Katherine on February 2 and never recovered. The death was a shock to her husband, her children and to the nation. Due to detailed accounts, most likely composed.


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Royal arms in churches, the artists by Rosemary A. Pardoe Download PDF EPUB FB2

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It listed all the names I could track down (via signatures, churchwardens' accounts, etc.) of the artists of these sometimes crude but often.

For a complete list of the Royal Arms belonging to this West Country plasterwork group, see Rosemary Pardoe's Royal Arms in the Churches of Cornwall (), p JOHN ABBOTT has also (with a little more justification) been claimed as the artist, but the two achievements at Frithelstock and Milton Damerel, which he is known to have made, are.

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