2 edition of classification of Tudor domestic wall-paintings. found in the catalog.
classification of Tudor domestic wall-paintings.
Francis W. Reader
Written in English
From: Archaeological journal, vol. 98.
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The Church and the Book, SCH 38 (Woodbridge, ), 38 The paintings were described by Reader, Francis, ‘ A classification of Tudor Domestic Wall Paintings, Archaeological Journal 98 52 Illustrated in Reader, Francis, ‘ Tudor Domestic Wall Paintings, Part II.
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