Art at Campion: an occasional blog on the Hall's collections

We are pleased to offer a regular series of blog posts by Campion Hall Senior Research Fellow Jane Stevenson on the subject of the Hall's extensive and historic art collection. 

New instalments will be posted here. We hope this page will serve as something of an archive detailing the remarkable history of Campion's significant holdings--including paintings, sculptures, vestments, and more. The blogs will be accessible by clicking the links below. 

If anyone has additional information relating to any of these artworks, Jane would be very pleased to hear from them, and will update the blog accordingly.

Please see the instalment below. 

1. The ‘Mary, Queen of Scots’ Triptych

2. L'ombre de la Croix 

3. Daphne and Arthur Pollen

4. St Ignatius and Companions

5. Alexandre Yevgenievich Jacovleff and the seven Chinese missionaries

6. David Jones at Campion

7. Elizabeth Frink's Maquette for the Dorchester Martyrs

8. The Sculptures of Hugo Powell

9. Sir Frank Brangwyn's Stations of the Cross

10. Wyndham Lewis's 'Thirty Personalities'