The Art of Anglo-Saxon England

Two particular perspectives inform this wide-ranging and richly illustrated survey of the art produced in England, or by English artists, between c. 600 and c.1100, in a variety of media, manuscripts, stone and wooden sculpture, ivory carving, textiles, and architecture. Catherine Karkov is Chair of Art History at the University of Leeds. Her interests lie in the art of early medieval Britain, especially materialities and postcolonialities; gender and the body in late antique and early medieval culture; history and theory of the book; theories of text and image.

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