Monthly Archives: June 2016

Effaced Fieldtrip: Lady Mary May’s Statue in West Sussex

At the recent Death, Art and Anatomy conference, a paper given by Jude Jones from the University of Southampton introduced us to the unique funerary statue of Lady Mary May (1640–1681). Lady May’s statue is of particular interest to us … Continue reading

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Smiling in the Face of Death: ‘Death, Art and Anatomy’ at the University of Winchester

Trish Skinner and Emily Cock spent a sunny day facing death last week at Death, Art and Anatomy, an interdisciplinary conference that brought together art historians, medical historians, and practicing artists to explore the intersections between these fields. The conference was convened by … Continue reading

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