2 edition of Sheldon tapestry maps belonging to the Bodleian Library. found in the catalog.
Sheldon tapestry maps belonging to the Bodleian Library.
Hilary L. Turner
Written in English
Originally published in BLR Vol.XVII, no.5 April 2002.
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Three fragments of the earlier Tapestry Maps were purchased by the antiquary Richard Gough for £ and bequeathed by him to the Bodleian Library in His diary states 'I purchast for £ three fragments of these maps containing the inland counties of Hereford, Salop, Stafford, Worcester, Warwick, Gloucester and Oxford and part of.
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story of Sir George Calveley’s order for tapestry from Hyckes aroundthree others are 6 Hilary L. Turner, ‘A wittie devise’: the Sheldon tapestry maps belonging to the Bodleian Library’, Bodleian Library Record, vol, no.5, April Since writing this I have reconsidered the validity of previous.
Oxfordshire in Wool and Silk: Ralph ‘the Great’ Sheldon’s tapestry map of Oxfordshire the Sheldon tapestry maps belonging to the Bodleian Library, Oxford’, Bodleian Library Record, 17, no.5, April; H. Turner,‘The Sheldon Tapestry. Conservation of our Sheldon tapestries. On Tuesday 10 January, the Library’s Sheldon tapestry maps of Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire were cleaned as part of the initial phase of their restoration.
Four of these tapestry maps were made for the former Weston House in south Warwickshire in or aroundthe maps centred on Gloucestershire. Elizabethan tapestry map to be displayed at University of Oxford's Bodleian library Sheldon tapestry being installed by National Trust and Bodleian conservators in the new Western Library at Author: Maev Kennedy.
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Tapestry fragment woven in wool and silk, Sheldon Tapestry Workshops, possibly made in Warwickshire, ca. Labels and date. British Galleries: One specialty of the Sheldon workshops was their large tapestry maps. These were informative and colourful hangings showing place names and important landscape features.
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