Stephen Paine

‘Bedfordshire’s Baroque masterpiece: The Thomas Archer Pavilion at Wrest Park’, with Sophie Stewart, in All Manner of Murals: the History, Techniques and Conservation of Secular Wall Paintings, eds. Robert Gowing and Robyn Pender, London, 2007.

‘Bats in churches: guidelines for the identification, assessment, and management of bat-related damage to church contents (furnishings, fittings, and works of art)’, Ancient Monuments Laboratory Reports, English Heritage/English Nature, London 1998.

‘Wall painting restoration – a representation of the original or a reflection of contemporary fashion – an Austrian perspective’, with Heinz Leitner, in Restoration – is it acceptable?, The British Museum Occasional papers 99, ed. Andrew Oddy, 1994, 51-65.

‘The effects of bat excreta on wall paintings’, The Conservator, No 7, 1993, 3-10.

Sophie Stewart

‘The Painted Decoration of Ewenny Priory and the Development of Romanesque Altar Imagery’, with David Park, in Cardiff Architecture and Archaeology in the Medieval Diocese of Llandaff, eds. John R. Kenyon and D.M. Williams, The BAA Conference Transactions XXIX, 2006, 42-59.

‘Our Painted Past: the Wall Paintings of England’, with C.Babington and T.Manning, English Heritage, London 1999.

‘Late medieval wall painting techniques at Farleigh Hungerford Castle and their context’, with Helen Howard and Tracy Manning, Contribution to the Dublin Congress 7-11 September 1998, Painting Techniques, History, Materials and Studio Practice, eds. Ashok Roy and Perry Smith, London 1998, 59-64. 11

‘Painted wall plaster in the church and Gilbertine priory of St Andrew, Fishergate’, with D.Park, The Archaeology of York: the Medieval Defences and Suburbs, 11/3, ed. R.L.Kemp, 1997

‘Berry Pomeroy Castle: The Gatehouse wall painting stylistic analysis’, with M.Gill, T.Manning and D.Park, Devon Archaeological Society, Proceedings No.54, 1996, 317–323.


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