Richard Bryant trained in Graphics at Leicester Polytechnic (now Simon de Montfort University). He has acted as Surveyor and Director of Survey for various excavations and as senior illustrator. He was a founder member of the Association of Archaeological Illustrators and Surveyors (now part of the Institute for Archaeology). He is now Director of Past Historic and a specialist illustrator and has been a Non-Stipendiary Anglican Minister since 1993.
The British Academy's Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture is
again to be congratulated on completing another milestone in its
coverage. ... There is much new information here, particularly on
the growth of Mercian art and culture between the 8th and 11th
centuries. * David Griffiths, Journal of Medieval Archaeology *
This volume will be a well-referenced and long used resource in the years to come. * Joanne Kirton, Early Medieval Europe *
There can no be better example of the importance of this Corpus series: in addition to the obvious value of listing and scientifically describing all survivals of Anglo-Saxon sculpture, as the project it makes possible such thematic and synthetic analyses. * David Parsons, Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society *
The volume will bring the material from this area to a wider audience and it provides a comprehensive and insightful record and art-historical analysis. * Meggen M. Gondek, English Historical Review *
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