'A Fountain of the Richest Poetry': Anna Jameson and the 'Rediscovery' of Early Christian Art
Evening Talk, Monday 20th April
Sketches of Bedlam: 'A Constant Observer' Observed
Evening Talk, Thursday 23rd April
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