|The Medieval Carver|
|M. D. Anderson|
|Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1935|
A discussion of stone and wood carving in Britain, mostly in churches. Chapter 7 deals specifically with beast and bestiary-related carvings, though there are scattered references to bestiary themes throughout. Chapters: The Masons; Contemporary Scenes; The Bible; Life of the Virgin, Saints and Angels; Allegory, Romance and Satire; Bestiaries and Beasts; Folliage Sculpture.
187 pp., bibliography, general index, index of place names, a few black and white photographic plates.
|LCCN: 35017483; LC: NB463.A5; DDC: 734.0942; OCLC: 1223271|