Rheinische Glasmalerei: Meisterwerke der Renaissance, by Dagmar Täube. Two superb volumes have been produced to accompany the Cologne exhibition, Rheinische Glasmalerei: Meisterwerke der Renaissance. Together they contain more than 600 illustrations, many full page and in colour. Volume I is devoted to essays and includes contributions by Dagmar Täube, the curator of the exhibition, and Paul Williamson, of the Victoria & Albert Museum. Volume II is a magnificently illustrated catalogue of the exhibition itself. Although the text is in German, the catalogue labels have English translations. The volumes are published by Schnell and Steiner.
Both books are large format, 22 x 30cm. Sold together at €49.90, they represent astonishingly good value. Volume I has 132 pages, volume II, 428
Medieval Images of St Bernard of Clairvaux, by James France. This major study of the medieval iconography of St Bernard covers the period from the twelfth century to the end of the middle ages in all media. Of particular value to historians of stained glass is the inclusion of a unique CD image-index containing reproductions of all known medieval i