This volume brings together many aspects of the Tapestry: the practical skills involved in making the embroidery, aspects of its iconography, its first documented association with Bayeux in an inventory of 1476, its later copying and reproduction in different media and its role as a model for the production of stitched narrative friezes today. -- .
Making Sense of the Bayeux TapestryREADERSHIP:
General (US: Trade)
Manchester University PressPublication date:
178 x 248 x 24 mm
586 g Pages:
232 pages, 13 colour illustrations, 78 black & white illustrations pagesTitle:
Making Sense of the Bayeux Tapestry