Conserving a Unique Wall Painting at Petra, Jordan

an illustrated presentation by Lisa Shekede and Stephen Rickerby

Sunday 14th November – arrival from 3pm, talk commences at 3:30 with refreshments after the talk 

Venue to be confirmed


Lisa Shekede and Stephen Rickerby are wall painting conservators with a portfolio of UK and international work.

The ancient city of Petra in Jordan is famous for its monuments and buildings cut out of sandstone rock. These were once richly painted, but centuries of weathering have revealed the underlying “rose-red” stone for which the site is best known today. Only one monument at the site now preserves figurative wall painting, which dates to the1stcentury AD. This presentation tells the story of its remarkable rediscovery, reinterpretation and preservation.

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