Coventry Cathedral: Art and Architecture in Post-War Britain

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LIST OF COLOUR PLATES
between pages140and141
I. John Piper, Coventry Cathedral: interior of cathedral, 1940. Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Coventry
II. Basil Spence, Interior of cathedral, Sept. 1951. Private coll.
III. Basil Spence, Interior of cathedral, 15 Feb. 1953. Royal Academy of Arts
IV. Graham Sutherland, Maquette for tapestry, c. 1953. Formerly coll. Sir Basil Spence, London art market 1990 © DACS 1996
V. Graham Sutherland, First cartoon for tapestry, 1953. Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Coventry, HAG 46 © DACS 1996
VI. Graham Sutherland, Second cartoon for tapestry, final state, Jan. 1955. Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Coventry, HAG 54 © DACS 1996
VII. Graham Sutherland, Third cartoon for tapestry, final state, Feb. 1958. Coventry Cathedral © DACS 1996
VIII. Basil Spence, Perspective of cathedral interior, Mar. 1958. Private coll.
IX. Sanctuary viewed from nave
X. Keith New, Pages from sketchbook with notes and designs for nave windows, 1953. Artist's coll.
XI. Keith New, Detail of base of green window, 'Man' side, Coventry Cathedral (Photo: Richard Sadler)
XII. Geoffrey Clarke, Detail of base of purple window, 'Man' side, Coventry Cathedral (Photo: Richard Sadler)
XIII. General view of nave windows seen from altar rail
XIV. John Piper, Colour sketch for baptistery window, Coventry Cathedral, 1957. Coll. M. Piper
XV. John Piper and Patrick Reyntiens, Model for baptistery window, 1958-9. By permission of the Trustees of Victoria and Albert Museum
XVI. John Piper and Patrick Reyntiens, Detail of baptistery window (lower right), Coventry Cathedral.
XVII. Baptistery window and font
XVIII. Embrasure in Chapel of Unity, with window by Margaret Traherne, 1959-60
XIX. Kneelers for cathedral, worked in wool, c. 1962. Coventry Cathedral
XX. John Piper, Designs for vestments for Coventry Cathedral, 1960. Advent cope and chasuble; Whitsun and Martyrs cope and chasuble. Coventry Cathedral

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Color Plates ix
  • LIST OF BLACK AND WHITE PLATES xi
  • Abbreviations xix
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I. Architecture and Politics 5
  • 1 The Cathedral and the City: The Blitz, Civic Ideology And Reconstruction 7
  • 2 The Cathedral Project 1940-1947 22
  • 3 'towards a New Cathedral'? 37
  • Part II. The Creative Process 69
  • 4 Modernism and Tradition: The Genesis of Spence's Competition Design 71
  • 5 The Competition Design Refined, 1951-1954 81
  • 6 The Architect and the Artist 102
  • Part III. Design into Building 131
  • 7 The Licence to Build, 1954 133
  • 8 The Turning-Point, 1954-1956 141
  • 9 The Design Recast, 1956-1958 148
  • Pa IV. For and Function 193
  • 10 The Modern Church 195
  • 11 Provost and Architect 206
  • 12 The Cathedral Completed, 1960-1962 216
  • 13 The Cathedral and the Post-War World: Austerity and Triumphalism 243
  • Conclusion 254
  • APPENDIX: DONATIONS 276
  • Bibliography 278
  • Index 283
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