➔ "Saint Jerome's Disappearing Cat and Other Apocrypha", John Hyatt, Manchester, 1995

"Saint Jerome's Disappearing Cat and Other Apocrypha", John Hyatt, Manchester, 1995 (S2.061)

Bibliographic Record

Identity

Global Persistent Identifier

S2.061

Title

Saint Jerome's Disappearing Cat and Other Apocrypha - John Hyatt / Researched and written, illustrated and designed, by John Hyatt.
The production is suported by Manchester Metropolitan University.

Creator(s)

Hyatt, John, artist (has contributor)

Access status

Open

Content

Physical and Logical Extent

Content Extent

21 pages 14 paintings

Content Type

text , still image

Language Information

English (is language of) Latin (is script of)

Scope and Content

This publication has been produced to complement the series of artworks by John Hyatt, which use, as a springboard, "St Jerome in his Study" by Antonello da Messina.

Management and Use

Conditions on Access

The physical publication is available for research purposes in the CFCCA search room by appointment. Items in our library collection are not available for external loans.

Carrier

Media Type

unmediated

Related Content

Related People and Organisations

Hyatt, John, artist (has contributor)

Related places

Manchester (has place of production)

Related Terms

texts (has content type)
still images (has content type)
English (is language of)
Latin (is script of)
unmediated (has media type)
research (documents) (has form of resource)
volumes (has carrier type)
polychrome (has colour content)
Illustrations (has illustrative content)
Photographs (has illustrative content)
Open (has access status)

Notes

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