Archibald Knox – The Deer’s Cry

Join Yvonne Cresswell, Curator of Social History at Manx National Heritage, as she invites you to discover more about Archibald Knox’s ‘The Deer's Cry' during an illustrated talk at the Manx Museum.

  • Date 09/01/2019 —
  • Time 12pm - 2pm
  • Location Manx Museum
  • Price Free
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Join Yvonne Cresswell, Curator of Social History at Manx National Heritage, as she invites you to discover more about Archibald Knox’s ‘The Deer’s Cry’ during an illustrated talk at the Manx Museum.
The Deer’s Cry was designed and executed by Archibald Knox (1864-1933) and it beautifully illustrates Knox’s love for and the influence of the Island’s carved Norse and Celtic crosses in his artwork. Knox is known to have worked on the Deer’s Cry during the First World War, when he was a parcel censor at Knockaloe Internment Camp on the Isle of Man.

The talk will begin at 12.15pm and will run for approximately 45 minutes with a Q&A session at the end and the opportunity to view the full book.

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