Welcome to our April Issue! This month we bring you good News of important early fifteenth-century glass in Hampshire which has survived a fire; upcoming events this summer and a glimpse of ancient lead in the Great East Window at York Minster. Our Feature covers extraordinary Belgian panels to be found in a church in Anglesey, the island off the north-west coast of Wales, and our Book review is of Die Katharinenkirche in Oppenheim by Uwe Gast, the fifth publication in the Meisterwerke der Glasmererei series of books published by the German Corpus Vitrearum.
We wish you a happy Easter!
Anna Eavis, Editor
Timsbury Glass Survives Fire
Important early fifteenth-century glass at the parish church of St [...]
Ancient Lead in York Minster’s Great East Window
Lead that has long been suspected to be medieval in [...]
New Book on Medieval York
Adding to the already rich bibliography on York, David Palliser’s [...]