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Wednesday, 2 May 2012, 1:00PM
Museum of London

The Making of Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts

Dr Sally Dormer

Illuminated manuscripts are some of the most beautiful artefacts to survive from the Middle Ages.  Their production involved transforming animal skins into parchment; copying texts; painting and gilding minatures; and binding folios between boards, a process that reveals much about medieval scribal and artistic practice.

The other lectures in this series are:
      Drawings in Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts
      Illuminated Psalter Manuscripts

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Dr. Sally Dormer has been the course tutor for the Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Year Course at the Victoria and Albert Museum since its inception in 1993 and has lectured there since 1984. She is a specialist medieval art historian and lecturer who gained an MA in Medieval Art History and a PH.D on medieval manuscript illumination at the Courtauld Institute, University of London.

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2 May 2012

The Making of Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts
Dr Sally Dormer

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