Stained Glass (Shire Library, Volume 686)

By Roger Rosewell

For over 1000 years tales of Christian trust and nice moments in British heritage have stuffed the home windows of our cathedrals and parish church buildings. The glow of painted and stained glass, its radiant shades and brilliant images, has encouraged generations of audiences and artists.

This fantastically illustrated ebook lines the advance of a distinct paintings from its earliest beginnings in Anglo-Saxon England to the current day. It comprises attention-grabbing descriptions of medieval and renaissance glass, the non secular upheavals of the 16th and 17th centuries which observed millions of home windows destroyed, the rebirth of the craft in Georgian and Victorian Britain, and the pioneering of intriguing new types and strategies by way of smooth artists.

Explanations of the way stained glass home windows are made, the secrets and techniques of medieval glaziers, the topics that may be obvious and the place the simplest examples from the 7th to twenty-first centuries are available upload to its pleasures.

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Eastbourne: St Mary 20. Horsham: St Mary 19. Lodsworth 19, 20. Pagham 16*, 19. Rotherfield 19. Rottingdean 19. Salehurst 15. Ticehurst 15, 19. Winchelsea 15, 20. Woolbeding 16*. Tyne and put on: Jarrow: St Paul; Bede’s global Museum eight. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cathedral 15, 19, 20; St Andrew 19, 20; St John the Baptist 20. Sunderland: Christchurch 19. Wallsend, St Luke 20. Warwickshire: Binton 20. Chadshunt 16*. Charlecote 19. Cherington 14, 15, sixteen. Coughton sixteen. Ettington Park 20. Fillongley 14, 15, sixteen. Hampton Lucy 19. Mancetter 14. Merevale 14, 15. Warwick: St Mary 15, 19, 20. Weston-on-Avon 15. Willoughby 20. Wootton Wawen 15, 20. West Midlands: Binley 18. Birmingham: Anglican Cathedral (St Philip) 19; RC Cathedral (St Chad) 19. Cheylesmore 20. Coventry: Cathedral 15, 20; St Mary’s corridor 15, 20. Wolverhampton: St Andrew 20. Wiltshire: Chippenham: St Andrew 20. Clyffe Pypard sixteen, 17*. Crudwell 15. Edington 15. Laverstock thirteen, 19. Lydiard Tregoze (house and church) 15, 17. Marlborough 19. Mere 14, 19. Oaksey 15. Rodbourne 19. Salisbury: Cathedral thirteen, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20; St Thomas 15. Teffont Evias sixteen, 17*. Wilton 12, thirteen, 14, 15, sixteen, 17*. Worcestershire: Bredon 14, 19, 20. Bromsgrove 19. Bushley 19, 20. Chaddesley Corbett 19, 20. Crowle 15, 19. Evesham: All Saints 19, 20; St Lawrence 19, 20. Fladbury 14, 19. nice Malvern Priory 15, 19, 21. nice Witley 18. Hanbury 19. Hanley citadel 19. Himbleton thirteen, 15, 19, 20. Kemerton 19. Kempsey 14. Little Malvern 15. Mamble 14. Martley 20. Oddingley sixteen. Pershore Abbey 19. Upton-on-Severn 19, 20. Warndon 14, 15. Whittington 19. Wilden 20. Worcester Cathedral 19. Yorkshire, East: Beverley Minster thirteen, 14, 15, 19, 21. Ellerton 21. Harpham 18. Hotham 20. South Dalton 19. Yorkshire, North: Acaster Malbis 14. Baldersby 19. Bolton Abbey 19. Bolton Percy 15. Coxwold 15, 18. Denton-in-Wharfedale 17. Knaresborough 19. Ripon Cathedral 15, 19. Scarborough 19. Selby Abbey 14, 19. Tadcaster 14, 15, 19, 20. York: All Saints, North road 14, 15; All Saints, Pavement 14; Holy Trinity, Goodramgate 15; St Denys, Walmgate 14, 15; St Helen, Stonegate 14, 15, sixteen; St Martin-cum-Gregory 15; St Martin-le-Belfry 14; St Martin-le-Grand 15; St Michael, Spurriergate 15, sixteen; York Minster thirteen, 14, 15, sixteen, 17, 18, 19, 20; Yorkshire Museum (all periods). Yorkshire, South: Doncaster: St George 19. Rotherham 19. Sheffield Cathedral 19, 20. Yorkshire, West: Adel 18. Almondbury 15. Bingley 19. Bradford Cathedral 19, 20. Elland 15, 19. Ilkley 19, 20. Leeds: St John the Baptist 18; St Peter 19. Methley 15, 19, 20. Thornhill 15, 18. Wragby sixteen. 17, 18*. Tracery gentle, 15th century, St Leonard, Bledington, Oxfordshire. released in nice Britain in 2012 by way of Shire courses Ltd, Midland residence, West means, Botley, Oxford OX2 0PH, uk. 44-02 twenty third highway, Suite 219, manhattan urban, long island 11101, united states. email: shire@shirebooks. co. uk    www. shirebooks. co. united kingdom � 2012 Roger Rosewell. All rights reserved. except any reasonable dealing for the aim of non-public research, examine, feedback or evaluation, as authorized below the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act, 1988, no a part of this ebook will be reproduced, saved in a retrieval process, or transmitted in any shape or in any respect, digital, electric, chemical, mechanical, optical, photocopying, recording or another way, with no the earlier written permission of the copyright proprietor.

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