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The late Victorian church?
The Puginian and High Victorian phases of church architecture and decoration have now been intensively studied. But the later Victorian and Edwardian period, equally rich in ecclesiastical art, is not yet so well understood, despite the legacy of a few fine and familiar architects like Bodley, Sedding and Temple Moore. These were years of less certainty and unanimity about the styles and purposes of church-building, greater caution in restoration and much thought and activity in the enrichment of existing fabric. The essys in this issue of Studies in Victorian architecture and design arose out of a lecture series held in Autumn 2006, which aimed to go beyond the usual monographic approach by tracing some general patterns of artistic development in church-building and decoration between 1870 and 1914, as well to celebrate some noteworthy and beautiful churches and their contents. All the contributors have spent years in the study of churches, and many have long been active in the work of the Victorian Society.
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