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Writer and journalist Helena Matheopoulos, author of 'Fashion Designers at the Opera', presents a celebration of prayer in the operatic repertoire.

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For two millennia the Bible has inspired the creation of art. This lecture will explore a selection of illuminated manuscripts from the treasures of the British Library.

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Scot McKendrick and Kathleen Doyle discuss 45 treasures and take us on a journey across medieval Europe to show some of its best but least-known paintings. Chaired by Rosemary Burnett. This event is part of the Edinburgh International Book Festival.

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Join Scot McKendrick and Kathleen Doyle with a panel of experts from the University of York as they explore a selection of treasures of the British Library.

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The founder of architectural practice Flannery & de la Pole, author Julian Flannery has always been fascinated by historic buildings. His architect’s training affords him special insight, and in addition to English medieval parish churches, he has made a close study of Hampton Court Palace and was involved in its restoration in 1986. His book 'Fifty English Steeples' is testament to a lifelong passion: here he talks about the lure of architectural drawing, Victorian restorations and the beauty of the medieval landscape

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The surreal, the comic and downright horrifying collide in the extraordinary paintings of Jheronimus Bosch. Following a year of celebrations, this book marked the Prado’s historic exhibition and the fifth centenary of the Netherlandish master’s death.

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