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Joan Barclay-Lloyd

Joan Barclay-Lloyd is an Associate Professor of Art History at La Trobe University. She was educated at University College London and the Warburg Institute, London. Her specialty is early Christian and medieval architecture and art in Rome.

Joan Barclay-Lloyd reviews ‘The Felton Illuminated Manuscripts in the National Gallery of Victoria’ by Margaret M. Manion

March 2006, no. 279 01 March 2006
To commemorate the centenary of Alfred Felton’s death in 1904, the National Gallery of Victoria and Macmillan Art Publishing have published the five illuminated medieval manuscripts and the single leaf acquired for the Gallery through the Felton Bequest. This stunning volume is profusely illustrated with colour plates taken by the photographic team of the NGV of all the decorative features in th ... (read more)