BIBLIOGRAPHYThe following five books on special branches of the subject are
indispensable to the student: they are not referred to under the
various chapters, but should be consulted in each case:
General works on English medieval art are:
| T. Borenius and
E. W. Tristram. English Medieval Painting. London, 1927.|
| W. G. Constable. Catalogue of Exhibition of English Primitive
Paintings at Burlington House, 1923.|
| E. S. Prior and
A. Gardner. Medieval Figure Sculpture in England. Cambridge, 1911.|
| M. H. Longhurst. English Ivories. London, 1926.|
| M. Chamot. English Medieval Enamels. London, 1930.|
The Catalogues of the various departments of English art at the
British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum contain
Books dealing especially with iconography are:
| E. S. Prior. Eight Chapters on English Mediaeval Art. Cambridge, 1922.|
| Victoria and Albert Museum. Catalogue of Exhibition of English
Medieval Art, and Illustrations thereto. 1930.|
| J. McN. Rushforth. Chapter on "Art" in Mediaeval England, ed. H. W. C. Davis. Oxford, 1924.|
Short surveys of sculpture and painting are:
| J. C. Wall. Medieval Wall-paintings. London, 1914.|
| C. E. Keyser. List of Buildings having Mural Decorations, 1883.
Gives the material then existing, but much has now
| F. Kendon. Mural Paintings in English Churches. London, 1923.
Based on Keyser's List.|
| E. S. Prior. A Sketch of English Medieval Figure-Sculpture. Walpole Soc. 1912.|
| T. Borenius. "English Primitives". Proceedings of British Academy, xi. 1924.|
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Book title: A History of English Art in the Middle Ages.
Contributors: O. Elfrida Saunders - Author.
Publisher: The Clarendon Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1932.
Page number: 260.
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