Victoria and Albert Museum

The world’s greatest museum of art and design

In the 13th and 14th centuries, the making and buying of art was increasingly concentrated in towns and cities. In the area around Paris known as the Ile-de-France, a new style of art developed. Because of its supposedly Germanic character, this style was called ‘Gothic’.

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Tiles and Tilework (Paperback)

Tiles and Tilework (Paperback)

A lavishly illustrated survey of the use of tiles in interior design through the ages, from the Gothic through to Art Deco and the Omega Workshops in …

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Event - Giants of the Gothic Revival: Watts & Co from Pugin to Comper

Sat 25 October 2014 10:30

STUDY DAY: Celebrate 140 years of Watts & Co., one of the world’s foremost suppliers of fine ecclesiastical textiles, furnishings and accessories. The company’s long and rich history embraces the grandeur of the Gothic Revival, the refinement of Aestheticism and the dynamism of modern, cutting edge style.

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