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Andreas Petzold

Andreas Petzold is an art historian with special interests in: Romanesque art, manuscript illumination especially English twelfth century, the use of colour, and eighteenth and early nineteenth century British stained glass. He is the author of Romanesque art. He has published in the British Art Journal and the British Library Journal and held a research fellowship at the Centre of British Art at Yale. He is currently writing a book on colour and meaning in medieval art. Recent publications include The iconography of colour in The Routledge Companion to Medieval Iconography, ed. C. Hourihane, (Routledge, 2016), The use of colour in Romanesque manuscript illumination in Colour and Light in Ancient and Medieval Art (Routledge, 2017), Colour in religion and ritual in Biggam, C. and Wolf, K. (eds) The Cultural History of Color in the medieval age. London: Bloomsbury Press (2021). He is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and has a Ph.d. from the Courtauld Institute.

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