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date: 02 July 2020

Wedgwood, Pamela, Lady, (Pamela Tudor-Craig) free

PhD; FSA

Born 26 June 1928; d of Herbert Wynn Reeves and Madeline Marion Wynn Reeves (née Brows); m 1st, 1956, Algernon James Riccarton Tudor-Craig (d 1969); one d; 2nd, 1982, Sir John Hamilton Wedgwood, 2nd Bt (d 1989); died 5 Dec. 2017

Medieval art historian

Education

Courtauld Inst. Fine Art (BA 1st Cl. Hons Hist. of Art London 1949; PhD 1952). FSA 1958

Career

Lectr at American Colls in UK, 1969–96. Mem., Cathedrals Adv. Commn, 1973–88; Chm., Wall Paintings Cttee, and Vice-Chm., Panel Paintings Cttee, 1975–92, Vice Chm., Paintings Cttee, 1992–96, Council for Care of Churches; Mem., Wells Cathedral West Front Cttee, 1973–86; Member, Architectural Advisory Panel: Westminster Abbey, 1979–98; Exeter Cathedral, 1985–90; Member, Fabric Committee: Lincoln Cathedral, 1986–92; Peterborough Cathedral, 1987–96; Southwell Minster, 1984–2001. Founder, Cambs Historic Churches Trust, 1982; Chm. Friends, Sussex Historic Churches Trust, 2002–10. Founder, Annual Harlaxton Symposium of English Medieval Studies, 1984. Hon. Member: SPAB; Richard III Soc. TV broadcasts, incl. series, The Secret Life of Paintings, 1986–87; contribs to numerous radio programmes. Hon. DHum William Jewell Coll., USA, 1983. Medal, Soc. of Antiquaries, 2014

Publications

Richard III (exhibn catalogue), 1973; (with R. Foster) The Secret Life of Paintings, 1986; ‘Old St Paul’s’: the Society of Antiquaries’ Diptych, 1616, 2004; The Catalogue of Paintings in the Society of Antiquaries of London, 2015; contrib. numerous chapters and articles in books and exhibn catalogues; contrib. to History Today, Church Times, Jl British Archaeol Assoc. and other scholarly jls

Address

9 St Anne’s Crescent, Lewes, E Sussex BN7 1SB

(01273) 479564