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Bygninger i England er en oversikt over kirker og andre bygninger som har vært besøkt på en rekke turer. Det har vært fire turer til Engelske katedraler med professor Nigel Morgan. Turene har gitt innblikk i Engelsk gotikk og Romansk arkitektur fortrinnsvis i England, men også med noen monumenter i Wales.

Her er reiseruten til disse fire turene og en samling med litteratur som omhandler monumentene.

Cambridge 2002

Bristol 2003

Nord England høsten 2004

The Midlands & South-East England 2005

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General

  • C. Brooke, The Monastic World, London and New York, 1974
  • C.H. Lawrence, Medieval Monasticism: Forms of Religious Life in Western Europe in the Middle Ages, London, 1984
  • C.M. Radding, W.W. Clark, Medieval Architecture, Medieval learning: Builders and Masters in the Age of Romanesque and Gothic, New Haven, 1992
  • A. Martindale, 'Patrons and Minders: «the intrusion of the secular into sacred spaces in the late Middle Ages», Studies in Church History , 28, 1992, 143-78
  • B. Nilson, Cathedral Shrines of Medieval England, Woodbridge, 1998 Architecture and Sculpture

General - Romanesque

  • T.S.R. Boase, English Art 1100-1216, Oxford, 1953
  • G. Webb, Architecture in Britain. The Middle Ages, Pelican History of Art, Harmondsworth, 1965
  • B. Little, Architecture in Norman Britain, London, 1985
  • R. Toman, Romanesque. Architecture, Sculpture, Painting, Cologne, 1997
  • X. Barral i Altet, The Romanesque.Towns, Cathedrals and Monasteries, Cologne,1998
  • G. Zarnecki et al, English Romanesque Art 1066-1200, Exhibition, Hayward Gallery, London, 1984
  • A .Gardner, English Medieval Sculpture, Cambridge, 1951
  • L. Stone, Sculpture in Britain. The Middle Ages, Pelican History of Art, Harmondsworth, 1982

General - Gothic

  • A. Martindale, Gothic Art, London, 1988
  • G. Webb, Architecture in Britain. The Middle Ages, Pelican History of Art, Harmondsworth, 1965
  • P. Kidson, P. Murray, A History of English Architecture, Pelican, London, 1962
  • P. Brieger, English Art 1216-1307, Oxford, 1968
  • J. Bony, The English Decorated Style. Gothic Architecture Transformed 1250-1350, London, 1979
  • J. Alexander, P. Binski, Age of Chivalry. Art in Plantagenet England 1200-1400, London, 1987
  • N. Saul, Age of chivalry: art and society in late medieval England, London, 1992
  • R. Toman, The Art of Gothic. Architecture, Sculpture, Painting, Cologne, 1998
  • G. Binding, High Gothic. The Age of the Great Cathedrals, Cologne, 1999
  • P. Frankl, Gothic Architecture, London, 1962(use the revised edition by Paul Crossley, New Haven, 2000 - Crossley's introduction and footnotes update Frankl's text)
  • L. Grodecki, Gothic Architecture, London, 1986
  • B. Wilson, The Gothic Cathedral, London, 1990
  • W. Leedy, Fan Vaulting. A Study of Form, Technology and Meaning, London, 1980
  • N. Coldstream, The Decorated Style, London, 1995
  • J. Harvey, The Perpendicular Style 1330-1485, London, 1978
  • J. Bony, «French Influences on the Origins of English Gothic Architecture», Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 12, 1949, 1-15
  • P. Draper, «Architecture and Liturgy» in J. Alexander, P. Binski, Age of Chivalry. Art in Plantagenet England 1200-1400, London, 1987, 83-91
  • P. Draper, «Seeing that it was done in all the noble churches in England», in P. Crossley, E, Fernie (eds.), Medieval Architecture and its intellectual context, Studies in Honour of Peter Kidson, London, 1990, 137-42 (on Marian liturgy)
  • P. Williamson, Gothic Sculpture 1140-1300, London, 1995
  • A .Gardner, English Medieval Sculpture, Cambridge, 1951
  • L. Stone, Sculpture in Britain. The Middle Ages, Pelican History of Art, Harmondsworth, 1982
  • A. Andersson, English Influence on Norwegian and Swedish Figure-Sculpture in Wood 1220-1270, Stockholm, 1950, pp. 15-70 (for one of the best accounts of English sculpture of the period under discussion)
  • N. Coldstream, «English Decorated Shrine Bases», Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 129, 1976, 15-34
  • L.L. Gee, «Ciborium Tombs in England 1290-1330», Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 132, 1979, 29-41

Tombs and Tomb Sculpture

  • J.W. Hurtig, The Armored Gisant before 1400, Garland, New York, 1979
  • A. Martindale, «The knight on the bed of stones: a learned confusion of the 14th century«, Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 142, 1989, 66-74
  • R. Marks, «Sir Geoffrey Luttrell and some companions: images of chivalry c. 1320- 50», Wiener Jahrbuch für Kunstgeschichte, 46/47, 1993/94, 343-55
  • F.H. Crossley, English Church Monuments 1150-1550, London, 1921
  • A. Gardner, Alabaster Tombs of the Pre-Reformation Period in England,cLondon, 1940

Painting

  • E.W. Tristram, English Medieval Wall Painting. The Twelfth Century, London, 1944 (repr. New York, 1988)
  • E.W. Tristram, English Medieval Wall Painting. The Thirteenth Century, Oxford University Press, 1950
  • E.W. Tristram, English Wall Painting of the Fourteenth Century, Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1955

Stained Glass

  • R. Marks, Stained Glass in England during the Middle Ages, London, 1993 Eleanor Crosses
  • J. Zukowsky, «Montjoies and Eleanor Crosses reconsidered», Gesta, 13, 1974, 39-44
  • W. Lovell, «Queen Eleanor's Crosses», Archaeological Journal, 49, 1892, 17-43J.
  • Evans, «A Prototype of the Eleanor Crosses», Burlington Magazine, 91, 1949, 96-9
  • T. Tolley, «Eleanor of Castile and the Spanish Style in England», in England in the Thirteenth Century, Proceedings of the 1989 Harlaxton Symposium , ed. W.M. Ormrod, Stamford, 1991, 167-92
  • D. Parsons (ed.), Eleanor of Castile 1290-1990, Stamford, 1991(contains several important articles on the Eleanor Crosses)

Monuments

Cambridge - King's College Chapel

  • N. Pevsner, The Buildings of England. Cambridgeshire
  • F. Woodman, The Architectural History of King's College Chapel, London, 1986

Ely Cathedral

  • N. Pevsner, The Buildings of England. Cambridgeshire
  • E. Fernie, «Observations on the Norman Plan of Ely Cathedral», Medieval Art and Architecture at Ely Cathedral, British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions, 2, 1979, 1-7
  • P. Draper, «Bishop Northwold and the Cult of St. Etheldreda», Medieval Art and Architecture at Ely Cathedral, British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions, 2, 1979, 8-27
  • N. Coldstream, «Ely Cathedral: The Fourteenth Century Work», Medieval Art and Architecture at Ely Cathedral, British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions, 2, 1979, 47-57
  • M. Roberts, «The Effigy of Bishop Hugh de Northwold in Ely Cathedral», Burlington Magazine, 130, 1988, .
  • P. G. Lindley, «The Tomb of Bishop William de Luda: an architectural model at Ely Cathedral», Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 73, 1984, 75-87

Lincoln Cathedral

  • N. Pevsner, The Buildings of England. Lincolnshire
  • P. Kidson, «Architectural History», in D. Owen (ed.), A History of Lincoln Minster, Cambridge, 1994, 14-46
  • R. Gem, «Lincoln Minster: Ecclesia Pulchra, Ecclesia Fortis», Medieval Art and Architecture at Lincoln Cathedral, Conference Transactions of the British Archaeological Association, 8, 1986, 9-28
  • P. Kidson, «Lincoln, St. Hugh's Choir and Transepts», Courtauld Institute Illustration Archives, 1 pt. 3, London, 1977 (excellent set of plates)
  • P. Kidson, «Lincoln, Gothic West Front, Nave and Chapter House», Courtauld Institute Illustration Archives, 1 pt. 5, London, 1978 (excellent set of plates)
  • P. Kidson, «St. Hugh's Choir», Medieval Art and Architecture at Lincoln Cathedral, Conference Transactions of the British Archaeological Association, 8, 1986, 29-42
  • T.A. Heslop, «Art, Nature and St. Hugh's Choir at Lincoln», in England and the Continent in the Middle Ages. Studies in Memory of Andrew Martindale, Harlaxton Medieval Studies, 8, ed. J. Mitchell, Stamford, 2000, 60-74
  • M. Dean, «The Angel Choir and its Local Influence», Medieval Art and Architecture at Lincoln Cathedral, Conference Transactions of the British Archaeological Association, 8, 1986, 90-101
  • G. Zarnecki, Romanesque Lincoln. The Sculpture of the Cathedral, Lincoln, 1988
  • G. Zarnecki, «Romanesque Sculpture of Lincoln Cathedral and the Continent», in England and the Continent in the Middle Ages. Studies in Memory of Andrew Martindale, Harlaxton Medieval Studies, 8, ed. J. Mitchell, Stamford, 2000, 28-34
  • L. Broughton, Interpreting Lincoln Cathedral. The Medieval Imagery, Lincoln, 1996
  • D. Stocker, «The Shrine of Little St. Hugh», Medieval Art and Architecture at Lincoln Cathedral, Conference Transactions of the British Archaeological Association, 8, 1986, 109-17
  • J.S. Alexander, «The Angel Choir of Lincoln Cathedral and the Shrines of St. Hugh», Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 148, 1995, 137-47
  • V. Glenn, «The Sculpture of the Angel Choir at Lincoln», Medieval Art and Architecture at Lincoln Cathedral, Conference Transactions of the British Archaeological Association, 8, 1986, 102-8
  • P. Kidson, J. Cannon, Lincoln, Angel Choir, Courtauld Institute Illustration Archives, 1 pt. 7, London, 1978 (excellent set of plates)
  • P. Binski, «The Angel Choir at Lincoln and the Poetics of the Gothic Smile», Art History, 20, 1997, 350-74
  • D. Park, «The Medieval Painted Decoration of Lincoln Cathedral», Medieval Art and Architecture at Lincoln Cathedral, Conference Transactions of the British Archaeological Association, 8, 1986, 75-82
  • V. Sekules, «The Tomb of Christ at Lincoln and the Development of the Sacrament Shrine: Easter Sepulchres Reconsidered», Medieval Art and Architecture at Lincoln Cathedral, Conference Transactions of the British Archaeological Association, 8, 1986, 118-31
  • A.M. Morganstern, «The Bishop, the Young Lion and the Two-headed Dragon: The Burghersh Memorial in Lincoln Cathedral», Memory and Oblivion, Proceedings of the XXIX International Congress of the History of Art (1996), ed. W. Reinink, J. Stumpel, Dordrecht, 1999, 515-26
  • N.J. Morgan, The Medieval Painted Glass of Lincoln Cathedral, London, 1983D.
  • King, «The Glazing of the South Rose of Lincoln Cathedral», Medieval Art and Architecture at Lincoln Cathedral, Conference Transactions of the British Archaeological Association, 8, 1986,132-45

Norwich Cathedral

  • N. Pevsner, The Buildings of England, Norwich and North-East Norfolk
  • I. Atherton, E. Fernie, C. Harper-Bill, H. Smith, Norwich Cathedral. Church, City and Diocese 1096-1996, London, 1996
  • J. Franklin, «The Romanesque Cloister Sculpture at Norwich Cathedral Priory», in Studies in Medieval Sculpture, ed. F.H. Thompson, London, 1983, 56-70
  • M. Rose, J. Hedgecoe, Stories in Stone. The Medieval Roof Carvings of Norwich Cathedral, London, 1997
  • M. Rose, The Norwich Apocalypse. The cycle of Vault Carvings in the Cloisters of Norwich Cathedral, Norwich, 1999

Peterborough Cathedral

  • N. Pevsner, The Buildings of England. Bedfordshire, the County of Huntingdon and Peterborough
  • M.A. Dean, «Architecture at Peterborough in the Thirteenth Century», Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 137, 1984, 114-29

Southwell Minster

  • N. Pevsner, The Buildings of England. Nottinghamshire
  • P. Coffman, «The Romanesque East End of Southwell Minster», outhwell and Nottinghamshire, British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions, 21, 1998, 1-12
  • F. Kelly, «The Romanesque Crossing Capitals of Southwell Minster», Southwell and Nottinghamshire, British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions, 21, 1998, 13-23
  • J. McNeill, «The Chronology of the Choir of Southwell Minster», Southwell and Nottinghamshire, British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions, 21, 1998, 24-32
  • U. Engel, «Two-Storeyed Elevations: The Choir of Southwell and the West Country», Southwell and Nottinghamshire, British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions, 21, 1998, 33-43
  • N. Pevsner, The Leaves of Southwell, London, 1945
  • J.A. Givens, «The Leaves of Southwell Revisited», Southwell and Nottinghamshire, British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions, 21, 1998, 60-6
  • M. Stancliffe, «The Chapter House at Southwell Minster», Southwell and Nottinghamshire, British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions, 21, 1998, 67-72

Northern Eurpean Gothic Art ca. 1225-1350

General

  • Martindale, Andrew: Gothic Art, London, 1967 (and later editions), pp. 85-144
  • Williamson, Paul: Gothic Sculpture 1140-1300, New Haven, 1995, pp. 141-173, 200-223

France

  • Avril, François: Manuscript Painting at the Court of France, New York, 1978, pp. 9- 74
  • Branner, Robert: St. Louis and the Court Style, London, 1965, pp. l- 11, 56-84
  • Wilson, Christopher, The Gothic Cathedral, London, 1990, pp. 120-37
  • Branner, Robert, «The Painted Medallions of the Sainte Chapelle in Paris», Transactions of the American Philosophical Society 58 pt. 2, 1968, pp. 5-42
  • Branner, Robert: Manuscript Painting in Paris during the Reign of St. Louis, Berkeley, 1977, pp. 1-22, 97-102, 137-141
  • Caviness, Madeline, «Patron or Matron? A Capetian Bride and a Vade Mecum. for Her Marriage Bed», Speculum 68, 1993, 333-62
  • Holladay, Jean, «The education of Jeanne d'Evreux: personal piety and dynastic salvation in her Book of Hours at the Cloisters», Art History, 17, 1994, 585-611
  • Millar, Erie, The Parisian Miniaturist Honoré, London, 1959, pp. 5-30
  • Nordenfalk, Carl, «Maître Honoré and Maître Pucelle», Apollo 79, 1974, pp. 356-364
  • Guest, G.H. , «A Discourse on the Poor: the Hours of Jeanne d'Evreux», Viator 26, 1995, pp. 153-180
  • Sauerländer, Willibald, Gothic Sculpture in France 1140-1270 London, 1972, pp. 27-41, 56-62, 460-512 (this book also exists in a German edition)
  • Wright, Georgia, «A royal tomb programme of the reign of St. Louis», Art Bulletin 56, 1974, pp 224-243

England

  • Alexander, Jonathan and Binski, Paul (editors), Age of Chivalry: Art in Plantagenet England 1200-1400, London, 1987, pp. 26-59, 97-161
  • Binski, Paul, Westminster Abbey and the Plantagenets. Kingship and the Representation of Power 1200-1400. New Haven, 1995, 1-206
  • Lewis, Suzanne, Reading Images. Narrative Discourse-and Reception in the Thirteenth Century Illuminated Apocalypse. Cambridge, 1995, pp. 1-53
  • Morgan, Nigel, Early Gothic Manuscripts 1190-1250, Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles 4 Pt. 1, London, 1982, pp. 11-38
  • Morgan, Nigel, Early Gothic Manuscripts 1250-1285, Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British-Isles, 4 Pt. 2, London, 1988, pp. 9-41
  • Sandler, Lucy, Gothic Manuscripts 1285-1385. Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles, 5 pt. 1, London, 1986, pp. 15-34, 37-52
  • Stone, Lawrence, Sculpture in Britain. The Middle Ages, London, 1955, pp. 108- 176, (2nd. ed. 1972, also pp. 108-176)

Norway

  • Helle, Knut, «Anglo-Norwegian Relations in the Reigen of Håkon Hakonsson», Mediaeval Scandinavia. 1, 1968, pp. 10 1- 114
  • Andersson, Aron, English Influence in Norwegian and Swedish Sculpture in Wood 1220-70, Stockholm, 1950, pp. 93-247
  • Lidén, Hans Emil, «Middelalderens steinarkitektur i Norge», in Norges kunsthistorie, 2, Høymiddelalder og Hansa-tid ed. Berg, Knut, Oslo, 1981, pp. 67-90
  • Anker, Peter, «Høymiddelalderens skulptur i stein og tre» in Norges kunsthistorie, 2, Høymiddelalder og Hansa-tid, ed. Berg, Knut, Oslo, 1981, pp. 165-202, 208-17
  • Wichstrøm, Anne, «Trondheim domkirkes vestfront i middelalderen», Årbok for Foreningen til norske fortidsmindesmærkers bevaring 1971, pp. 69-79
  • Malmanger, Magne, «Berczelly, Laszlo and Futi:rlesana», Signe (eds.), Norwegian Medieval Altar Frontals and Related Material, Acta ad Archaeologiam et Artium Historiam Pertinentia 11, 1995, pp. 1-30 (articles by Blindheim and Morgan)
  • Wichstrøm, Anne, «Maleriet i høymiddlealderen» in Norges kunsthistorie, 2, Høymiddelalder og Hansa-tid, cd. Berg Knut, Oslo, 1981, pp. 252-314
  • Svanberg, Jan, «Rex et Dux. Kung och hertig i svensk och norsk stenskulptur under 1200-talet», in Kongens makt og ære, ed. M. Blindheim, Oslo, 1985, pp. 79-91
  • Danbolt, Gunnar, «Bilde som tale. St. Olavs-antemensalet i Nidarosdomen» Kunst og kultur, 71, 1988, pp. 138-158
  • Fuglesang, Signe Horn (ed.), Middelalderens bilder. Utsmykningen av koret i Ål stavkirke, Oslo, 1996, pp. 9-93

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