Join Terry Bloxham and Tomoko Kikawa-Sanchez from the V&A as they examine Gothic Revival tiles and explain how to discover contemporary information on their manufacture.
The mid 19th Gothic Revival in England witnessed on an unprecedented scale the building and restoration of structures in the new neo-Gothic style. Alongside this movement, arose a large number of firms supplying furnishings, such as tiles, inspired by the surviving material fabric of the medieval period.
We are delighted to be joined for this fascinating illustrated talk by both Terry Bloxham, Assistant Curator, Cermaics & Glass at the V&A and also former Fulham Palace museum volunteer Tomoko Kikawa-Sanchez, now Records & Archives Assistant at the V&A Archive.
Details: £8 General Admission. £6.40 Unemployed Adult. £6 Fulham Palace Volunteer. Booking recommended, click here to book This event takes place in the Jessie Mylne Education Centre.