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Slide set: The fifty misericords of Exeter Cathedral (lecture: privately made, 51 slides, 1911)

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
Slide 1
Exeter misericord
Slide 2
Exeter misericord -- Stiff Leaf
Slide 3
Exeter misericord -- Masko on the finials
Slide 4
Misericord. Exeter. E. English (in the Library)
Slide 5
Misericord. Exeter. E. English. 1220-1230
Slide 6
Misericord. Exeter. E. English. 1220-1230
Slide 7
Exeter Misericord
Slide 8
Misericord. Exeter. E. English. 1220-1230
Slide 9
Exeter Misericord -- Man throwing weight
Slide 10
Misericord. A Goblin. Exeter
Slide 11
Exeter Misericord -- Savage Man
Slide 12
Exeter Misericord -- Knight versus Monkey
Slide 13
Misericord: half woman half bird monster. Exeter
Slide 14
Misericord. Exeter. E. English. 1240-1250
Slide 15
Exeter Misericord -- Knight versus Dragon
Slide 16
Misericord. Bird Sirens. Early English. Exeter
Slide 17
Exeter Misericord -- Female Centaur
Slide 18
Exeter Misericord -- Swan and Boat (Lohengrin)
Slide 19
Misericord: E. English throughout. Exeter
Slide 20
Exeter Misericord -- Gloved hands
Slide 21
Misericord: Decoration -- Exeter Cathedral
Slide 22
Misericord: Two Fishes. Exeter
Slide 23
Exeter Misericord -- The Elephant
Slide 24
Misericord -- Mermaid and fish -- Exeter
Slide 25
Exeter Misericord -- Aristotle
Slide 26
Misericord. Exeter. E. English. 1250-1260
Slide 27
Exeter Misericord
Slide 28
Misericord. Exeter. E.E. and Italian. 1240-1250
Slide 29
Misericord: Decoration from mask. Exeter
Slide 30
Misericord: Branch from dragon's mouth. Exeter
Slide 31
Misericord: Descent of soul into Hell -- Exeter
Slide 32
Misericord: Bird Sirens and Fleur-de-lis (classical). Exeter Cathedral
Slide 33
Miscericord: Masks and stems Italian -- rest E.E. Exeter
Slide 34
Exeter Misericord
Slide 35
Misericord. Exeter. E.E. and Italian. 1250-1260
Slide 36
Misericord: Italian and Early English. Exeter
Slide 37
Misericord: 15th Century. Exeter
Slide 38
Misericord. Exeter. E.E. and Italian. 1260-1270
Slide 39
Exeter Misericord
Slide 40
Exeter Misericord -- Man playing Pipe and Tabor
Slide 41
Misericord: Centaur (Male). Exeter
Slide 42
Misericord. Exeter. E.E. and Decorated. 1250
Slide 43
Misericord. A Lion -- Exeter Cathedral
Slide 44
Misericord. Exeter. E.E. and Decorated. 1250-1260
Slide 45
Misericord: Maple leaves -- Exeter
Slide 46
Misericord -- Exeter -- E.E. and Decorated
Slide 47
Exeter Misericord -- Cockatrice and Asp
Slide 48
Misericord -- Two Doves -- Exeter Cathedral
Slide 49
Misericord. Mermaid Merman and Moon. Exeter
Slide 50
Exeter Misericord
[51]
Stall shewing Misericord -- Exeter
Number of slides
51
Manufacturer
Main type of image
photograph
Main usage of set
lecture
Date of first manufacture
1911
People involved in slide production

BAKER, W. Weaver  (1866-1954) – photographer, all 51 slides

Notes

The misericords are a celebrated series of wood carvings on the underside of tip-up seats in the choir of Exeter Cathedral (their function was to act as a bench for the choristers to lean on during long services). Slide 51 shows the general arrangement, with the seat in the tipped-up position to show the misericord carving.

In addition to the numbers 1-50 as seen in the images, most of the slides also carry numbers between 52 and 111 on the top edges; in combination with the different styles of labelling this may suggest that the set as illustrated here is a composite assembled from at least two copies of the same set.

Lucerna ID  3007932

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 17 August 2016

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