This issue we have news of what has been going on over the summer, including the sad theft of some exceptionally important glass from Withcote Chapel in Leicestershire and the restoration of the Great South Window at Canterbury Cathedral. There’s also a brief review of Merveilles du XIIIe au XIXe siècle: Les Vitraux de la cathédrale de Sens, news of this autumn’s lectures, and a feature on the east window of Agher parish church (Republic of Ireland), an important eighteenth-century work that has recently been conserved and reinstalled.
Anna Eavis, Editor, September 2016
Theft of Renaissance Glass
A rare panel of English Renaissance glass dating from the [...]
Canterbury Cathedral’s Great South Window Conserved
Conservation of the Great South Window of Canterbury Cathedral has [...]
Last Chance to Buy Stained Glass in the Netherlands before 1795
Through its comprehensive overview of all stained glass in public [...]