LHG Bibliography: Art & Sculpture

Anderson, Freda, The Tournai marble sculptures of Lewes Priory, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1984, 122, 85-100.

Bayliss, Sarah, The Lewes Town Hall Pictures: Stories Behind our Paintings, Lewes Town Council, 2018.

Challen, W.H., Baldy’s Garden, the Painters Lambert and other Sussex families, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1951-52, 90, 102-152.
Genealogy of James Lambert senior & James Lambert junior.

Cherry, John, A silver ring brooch from Cliffe Hill, Lewes [Archaeological note], Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1981, 119, 221-222.

Coates, Richard, The medieval French brooch inscription from Cliffe Hill [Historical Note], Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1983, 121, 213.
Anglo-Norman inscription on a love token. Relates to Cherry, SAC, 1981, 119.

Crook, Diana, The Ladies of Miller’s, Dale House Press, 1996.

Dyck, Marietta van, Hidden Lewes: An Artist’s Eye for Detail, Pomegranate Press, 1998.

Dyck, Marietta van, Lewes in Detail, Pomegranate Press,2017.

Dyer, Angela, Rodin in Lewes, SculptureCo, 1999.

Farrant, John H., James Lambert, Senior and Junior, landscape painters of Lewes, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1997, 135, 249-263.

Farrant, John H., Bleach, John, John Baptist Malchair, musician and artist, in Lewes, 1754-7, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 2019, 157, 229-236.

Franks, James, Making Lewes History Model: the Model-Makers Remember, Pomegranate Press, 2012.

Lewis Andre, J.; Keyser, C.E.; Johnston, P.M.; Michel Whitley, H., (Committee Members), Mural painting in Sussex churches: [report of the Committee], Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1900, 43, 220-251.
Includes brief notes on Lewes Priory, Southover Church and St Thomas at Cliffe. [Full text of article]

Lower, Mark Antony, Observations on the Buckle: the badge of the family of Pelham, and its application to various ecclesiastical buildings in Sussex; and on the badge of the family of de la Warr, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1850, 3, 211-231.
With wood engravings.
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Mainwaring Johnston, P., Hardham Church and its early paintings, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1901, 44, 73-115.
Church at Westmeston seems to be an early endowment of Lewes Priory, and the Priors became patrons of the living at Hardham. [Full text of article]

Turner, Edward, Brasses in Sussex churches, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1871, 23, 129-191.
St Michael, pp. 168-9. [Full text of article]

Turner, Edward, Seal of South Mallyng College, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1856, 8, 270.
With woodcut. [Full text of article]