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A photograph of a series of newspaper sheets with black painted marks on them, hung on the left and back wall. There is a tall plinth with dark smudges and a small pink and white bowl-like sculpture on top.

Dr. Jill Unkel

Devotion: Books of hours and Kirsten Pieroth

We are delighted to share this article by Dr Jill Unkel, Curator of Western Collections at the Chester Beaty Library, in which she considers the tradition of books of hours and their influence on the Kristen Pieroth‘s work.

Devotion: Books of hours and Kirsten Pieroth
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