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Stained Glass Museum Annual Lecture

Fig. 1. Lichfield Cathedral Lady Chapel. © IRPA
Fig. 1. Detail of window sIII: Christ in Majesty, before and after conservation. © Barley Studio

Detail of window sIII: Christ in Majesty, before and after conservation. © Barley Studio

The Stained Glass Museum’s 2015 Annual Lecture will be given by Keith Barley FMGP, ACR, and is entitled ‘Herkenrode Conserved: the remarkable survival of a sixteenth-century masterpiece’. The lecture will describe the survival of this exceptional collection of stained glass from Flanders, its journey to Lichfield in the early nineteenth century, and the recent programme of conservation in Yorkshire in the twenty-first century.

Date: Wednesday 29 July, 6.15pm
Venue: The Art Worker’s Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AT
Cost: £15, £12.50 (for Friends of The Stained Glass Museum)

Book online here. For further information, or to book in person please telephone 01353 660347 or email the museum.