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Art, Medieval -- Exhibitions

View Resource Victoria and Albert Museum: Medieval

Between their triptychs and impressive prints, the Victoria and Albert Museum's Medieval collection covers a broad range of artistic traditions and human history. Users can learn more about specific items held by the museum, read some of the related history of the era, view images of the collections and browse related content. This website would be useful for those with a penchant for medieval...
View Resource Illuminating Fashion: Dress in the Art of Medieval France and the Netherlands

This exhibition from the Morgan Library and Museum allows you to page through several dozen 14th and 15th century illuminated manuscripts, and zoom in on the clothes. Visitors can page through the manuscript or view all of the fashionable thumbnails. For example, visitors can click on the thumbnail "St. Adrian as a Fashion Plate" (Part 2) ca. 1440, from Book of Hours, and see the saint wearing a...
View Resource British Museum: Treasures of Heaven

The world of saints, relics, and devotional objects come alive in this remarkable online exhibit offered by the British Museum. Titled "Treasures of Heaven", the exhibit brings together over 150 objects from institutions like the Vatican and art museums across Europe and the United States. For visitors who can't make it to England, the site has plenty of materials for those across the pond. First...
View Resource Canterbury and St. Albans: Treasures from Church and Cloister

This remarkable exhibition from the Getty Foundation brings together two rare masterpieces of Medieval English art: stained glass from Canterbury Cathedral and illuminations from the St. Albans Psalter. First-time visitors can watch a short preview of the in situ exhibit and then move on to detailed online exhibition galleries. The Behind the Scenes area offers first-hand commentary from...