‘Repairing “that vision by which Christ may be seen”: the St Swithun cycle at Corhampton, and the depiction of patronal saints in English Romanesque wall painting’

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationImage, Memory and Devotion: Liber Amicorum Paul Crossley
EditorsZ. Opacic, A. Timmermann
Place of PublicationTurnhout
Pages135-143
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011

Publication series

NameStudies in Gothic Art

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Park, D. (2011). ‘Repairing “that vision by which Christ may be seen”: the St Swithun cycle at Corhampton, and the depiction of patronal saints in English Romanesque wall painting’. In Z. Opacic, & A. Timmermann (Eds.), Image, Memory and Devotion: Liber Amicorum Paul Crossley (pp. 135-143). (Studies in Gothic Art). Turnhout. https://doi.org/10.1484/M.SGA-EB.1.100580

‘Repairing “that vision by which Christ may be seen”: the St Swithun cycle at Corhampton, and the depiction of patronal saints in English Romanesque wall painting’. / Park, David.

Image, Memory and Devotion: Liber Amicorum Paul Crossley . ed. / Z. Opacic; A. Timmermann. Turnhout, 2011. p. 135-143 (Studies in Gothic Art).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Park, D 2011, ‘Repairing “that vision by which Christ may be seen”: the St Swithun cycle at Corhampton, and the depiction of patronal saints in English Romanesque wall painting’. in Z Opacic & A Timmermann (eds), Image, Memory and Devotion: Liber Amicorum Paul Crossley . Studies in Gothic Art, Turnhout, pp. 135-143. https://doi.org/10.1484/M.SGA-EB.1.100580
Park D. ‘Repairing “that vision by which Christ may be seen”: the St Swithun cycle at Corhampton, and the depiction of patronal saints in English Romanesque wall painting’. In Opacic Z, Timmermann A, editors, Image, Memory and Devotion: Liber Amicorum Paul Crossley . Turnhout. 2011. p. 135-143. (Studies in Gothic Art). https://doi.org/10.1484/M.SGA-EB.1.100580
Park, David. / ‘Repairing “that vision by which Christ may be seen”: the St Swithun cycle at Corhampton, and the depiction of patronal saints in English Romanesque wall painting’. Image, Memory and Devotion: Liber Amicorum Paul Crossley . editor / Z. Opacic ; A. Timmermann. Turnhout, 2011. pp. 135-143 (Studies in Gothic Art).
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