Index to articles published in the Pavilion Review in 2001.
The Music Room Organ
The story of the organ in the Music Room of the Royal Pavilion and the results of an examination of its condition.
The Reconstruction of a Seventh-Century Saxon Man’s Face
A facial reconstruction by Caroline Wilkinson, a facial reconstruction specialist, of a man who lived in Brighton in the 7th century.
The Clock Tower Timeball and Greenwich Observatory
The history behind the clock tower commemorating the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria and the timeball at Greenwich Observatory.
Japanese at Brighton
Detailing ‘The Japanese at Brighton’, a drawing by Thomas Couldery in 1897 recently acquired by Brighton and Hove’s fine art collection.
Carnival and Clocks
Two new costumes commissioned for the Brighton Museum & Art Gallery’s Performance Gallery, reflecting the city’s trend of carnivals and parades.
John Hoppner (1750 – 1810), Portrait of John Crace, c.1800
A recently donated portrait of John Crace, son of Edward Crace, founder of the Crace firm of decorators who had a long association with the Royal Pavilion.
Brighton Museum Reopening
The reopening of Brighton Museum & Art Gallery was postponed until Spring 2002 due to water damaged during building works.