Archive - Jan 2, 2011

Medieval alabaster comes to Florida

Sixty pieces of alabaster sculpture from the Victoria & Albert Museum are going on display at the Society of Four Arts in Palm Beach, Florida (USA). The pieces date to the 14th and 15th century, and many still have original paint.

Don Tariq ibn Jelal elevated to Laurel in Lochac

Giles de Roet reports that Their Majesties of the Kingdom of Lochac have chosen to elevate Don Tariq ibn Jelal to the Order of the Laurel for his years of research and application of period fencing.

Boston art museum returns missing 14th century embroidery to Italy

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston has returned a 14th century silk and metal embroidery to the Diocesan Museum of Trent, Italy. The stunning embroidery, entitled "The Entombment of Saint Vigilius," was commissioned by George of Liechtenstein in 1390.