Canterbury Cathedral and Its Romanesque SculptureBook - 1991
The 11th and 12th century sculpture at Canterbury provides a wider range of sculptural styles than can be found in any English cathedral. Deborah Kahn here traces the development of the Romanesque from its sources in Northern France and its influences from Germany and Italy, and discusses its interaction with indigenous styles. Her argument is based on extensive use of documents and accounts by contemporaries and above all on the impressive array of photographs which fill the book.
Publisher: Austin : University of Texas Press, 1991
Edition: 1st University of Texas Press ed
Call Number: 730.942 K122c
Characteristics: 230 p. : ill., map (some col.) ; 29 cm