Frustrated Seeing: Scale, Visibility and a Fifteenth Century Portuguese Royal Monument - The Courtauld Institute of Art

Frustrated Seeing: Scale, Visibility and a Fifteenth Century Portuguese Royal Monument

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Frustrated Seeing: Scale, Visibility and a Fifteenth Century Portuguese Royal Monument

The Courtauld Institute of Art, Somerset House, Strand, London

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Monument to João I and Philippa of Lancaster, c. 1426–34. Limestone, length of tomb chest: 334 cm, current height of tomb chest (including stone base): c. 198 cm, width of tomb chest: 170 cm, length of João’s effigy: 178 cm, length of Philippa’s effigy: 169 cm. Founder’s Chapel, monastery of Santa Maria de Vitória, Batalha. Photo: Jessica Barker.

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  • Dr Jessica Barker: University of East Anglia

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  • Dr Tom Nickson: The Courtauld Institute of Art

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Open to all, free admission

Space in the seminar room is limited so please do arrive early to secure a place. Late arrivals may not be admitted.

Abstract coming soon.

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