This issue we bring you a feature that looks at stained glass from a scientific viewpoint: ‘The Hand of the Painter? Understanding Medieval Glass-painting Workshop Organization through Scientific Analysis’ is by Laura Ware Adlington, a PhD student in archaeological science. We also bring you two reviews from recent conferences: the 28th Colloquium of the Corpus Vitrearum International, held in Troyes, and ‘Window on a Parish: The Stained Glass of St Laurence, Ludlow’ one-day conference held in its namesake location. Vidimus will return in September. We hope you all enjoy a summer. Do continue to get in touch over the summer with any news or features you would like to see included in a future issue.
Anna Eavis, Editor, July/August 2016
Corpus Vitrearum International: 28th Colloquium, in Troyes
Emma Woolfrey reports.
The 28th Colloquium of the Corpus Vitreaum [...]
Window on a Parish: Conference Review
By Megan Stacey
On the 25 June, the bustling market town [...]
New Volume Published. Ars Vitrea: Collected Writings on Mediaeval Stained Glass
Lech Kalinowski (d. 2004) was one of the most eminent [...]