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HKI Battel Hall Retable conservation featured in The Art Newspaper

last modified Nov 13, 2018 03:13 PM
The conservation and analysis of a rare 14th/15th-century Kentish retable, treated at the Hamilton Kerr Institute, featured in The Art Newspaper

The Hamilton Kerr Institute has recently completed the conservation and technical study of the c. 1390-1410 Battel Hall Retable, belonging to Leeds Castle in Kent. Several of the discoveries of the technical study, including some early modern graffiti, have been highlighted in a recent article in The Art Newspaper. An article on the conservation and technical study features in the latest edition of the Hamilton Kerr Institute Bulletin, also out this month.


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