Conny Bailey

Details

Email: cb168@le.ac.uk

Start Date: October 2008

Status: Full Time

Supervisor: Phillip Lindley

Project Title

The German Master Hinrick Stavoer and his Context in the Hildesheim Sculpture Production c. 1500-1535.

Project Description

Despite Hinrick Stavoer being the only wood carver in the Northern German town of Hildesheim who is documented both through archival records and a signed altarpiece, past discourses have steadfastly refused to include him in their presentations of the local art history. My project investigates why, in the words of one author, Stavoer has to be dis-associated from the only work bearing his signature in order to be associated with any Hildesheim output, with view to establishing Stavoer's true context within the Hildesheim sculpture production, and identifying his oeuvre.

Other Research Activities

The Artist Elizabeth Eleanor Siddal (1829-1862).

Publications

Review:
Lucinda Hawksley, Lizzie Siddal: The Tragedy of a Pre-Raphaelite Supermodel, London, 2008 in 'The Review of the Pre-Raphaelite Society, Vol. XIII, Number 1, Spring 2005

Article/Essay:
'Musings on a Muse - An Appraisal of the Artist Elizabeth Eleanor Siddal' in The Review of the Pre-Raphaelite Society, Vol. XIII, Number 2, Summer 2005.

Papers:
- 'Ein ödes Feld, mühsam zu beackern? Neue Überlegungen zur Plastik derHildesheimer Schule, ca. 1500 -1540', XXXI. Deutscher Kunsthistorikertag, 23rd to 27th March 2011, Würzburg. See abstract.

- 'Revered, Reviled, Re-valued: The changing fate of sixteenth century Sculpture in the Northern German town of Hildesheim', Past Histories & Afterlives of Medieval Art and Architecture, 15th Annual Medieval Postgraduate Student Colloquium, 6th February 2010, Courtauld Institute of Art, London.

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