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How to Look at Stained Glass: A Guide to the Church Windows of England
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Great East Window of York Minster: An English Masterpiece
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Eternal Light: The Sacred Stained-Glass Windows of Louis Comfort Tiffany
The first volume to focus exclusively on Tiffany's renowned ecclesiastical windows, and the ideas and stories behind them.
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Stained Glass Making Basics: All the Skills and Tools You Need to Get Started
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Kempe: The Life, Art and Legacy of Charles Eamer Kempe
A biographical study of the Victorian church artist Charles Eamer Kempe and his considerable influence on church decoration worldwide.
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Lamps of Tiffany Studios, The: Nature Illuminated
The radiant and beloved masterworks of leaded glass from the Gilded Age.
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Stained Glass
Britain's churches, great houses and civic buildings are treasure houses, adorned with a collection of vivid stained glass that is the envy of the world. This is the perfect introduction to this too-often overlooked art form.
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Windows of Distinction: Collection One
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Stained Glass from Welsh Churches
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Windows for the World: Nineteenth-Century Stained Glass and the International Exhibitions, 1851-1900
This study focuses on the significance of the displays of stained glass at several international exhibitions held in Britain, France, the USA and Australia between 1851 and 1900. It provides new perspectives for the study of nineteenth-century stained glass, within these temporary secular exhibition contexts. -- .
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Windows of Elegance: Collection Two
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Gothic Stained Glass of Reims Cathedral
Examines the stained-glass windows in the Gothic cathedral of Reims within the context of the evolution of the French monarchy and medieval art.
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Stained Glass at Canterbury Cathedral
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Keith New: British Modernist in Stained Glass
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Summoning Half-Sensed: Poems
This, Francis Minay's first collection of verse, started with an attempt to put into words feelings inspired by Tom Denny's magnificent modern stained glass window, commissioned to mark the Millennium, in the poet's former Yorkshire parish of Bolton Percy.