The Medieval wall paintings of St Albans Cathedral are among the finest in the British Isles. They date from the early thirteenth to the sixteenth centuries and, despite suffering damage during their eventful history, continued to bear witness on piers, vaults and walls to the religious sensibilities and artistic skills in pre-reformation England. Read more
4 Postcards showing the reconstructed images which are part of the St Albans Cathedral Wall Paintings Illumination Project. Read more
This book will guide you on a tour of some of the Cathedral’s most
interesting and accessible graffiti.
By Michael Rose, Gail Thomas and Joyce Wells
3rd edition 2014 | 20pp Read more