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Brutalist by tradition but not brutal to the landscape… the elements, though bold, [are] sensitively composed’. Nikolaus Pevsner
The beauty of Brutalism – Durham’s concrete masterpiece needs love, not the wrecking ball – The Critic 2019
“The greatest contribution modern architecture has made to the enjoyment of the medieval city” Prof. Douglass Wise
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Digging through some old files I came across these two pictures that I took a few years ago in the Monk’s Dormitory in Durham Cathedral.
The stones both originated in Gainford. The stone on the left is a cross shaft and depicting two beasts. The cross shaft on the right depicts two figures in knee-length tunics.
Image Source – The Sculptured Stones of Scotland Vol. 2 John Stuart. 1856
The Big Meeting 2018
The Big Meeting
An exhibition held as part of The Year of the Visual Arts ’96 organised by Northern Arts.