Regional Schools of English Sculpture in the Twelfth Century. The Southern School and the Herefordshire School
A digitised version of George Zarnecki's PhD thesis, University of London, 1951. Produced by the Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain in Ireland with kind permission of Mrs Anne Zarnecki, London 2009.
Selected papers from CRSBI Newsletters
The following are a selection of articles produced in the CRSBI Annual Newsletter:
'The Nightmare Behind the Vestry Curtain', Ron Baxter. An 'exhibitionist' relief in St Peter’s church, Moulton, Suffolk. How the Corpus addresses 'bad' art. (Newsletter 16, 2005)
'The Display of Writing in Romanesque Sculpture and Architecture: Inscriptions and the CRSBI', John Higgitt. John Higgitt was the CRSBI expert on all matters concerning epigraphic material. He outlines the roles that inscriptions played in the context of 11thc. and 12thc. sculpture and architecture and advises how inscriptions should be recorded in the Corpus. (Newsletter 16, 2005)
'New Discoveries from St Peter's Church, Dunstable?', Hazel Gardiner. Plaster casts in the V&A of lost carvings from Dunstable Priory. (Newsletter 16, 2005)