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Sixteenth-century Stained Glass Exhibition in Basel

A fascinating exhibition of stained glass windows painted in 1579 by the brilliant Zürich based artist, Christoph Murer (1558–1614), has opened at the Kunstmuseum in Basel. The windows were made for Leonhard Thurneysser zum Thurn (1531–1596), a remarkable sixteenth-century Swiss … Continue reading

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Exhibition of German Glass: Die Staufer und Italien

Important examples of thirteenth-century stained glass produced during the reign of the Staufer dynasty of German kings (1138 to 1254) are on show in the Die Staufer und Italien exhibition at the Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen in Mannheim (southwest Germany) until 20 February … Continue reading

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Virtues and Vices Exhibition in Philadelphia

Designs by some of the Netherlandish artists whose work was often copied by sixteenth-century glass painters are on show at a new exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art (USA) until 28 February 2011. Focusing on designs made between 1550 … Continue reading

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Brian Clarke Exhibition at the Vitro Musée, Romont

A major exhibition of the work of the English modern stained glass artist, Brian Clarke, has opened at the Vitro Musée, Romont, Switzerland. Entitled Life and Death, the exhibition will run until 3 July, 2011. It will include some of … Continue reading

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Important exhibition of French Medieval Art opens in Paris

Outstanding stained glass panels are among two hundred items on display at a new major international exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris. France 1500: Entre Moyen Age et Renaissance is organised by the Réunion des musées nationaux (Paris) and … Continue reading

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Superb CVMA Catalogue of Stained Glass in Cheshire Published

Penny Hebgin-Barnes’ definitive study for the CVMA (GB) of pre-Gothic Revival stained glass in the northern British county of Cheshire has just been published. The Medieval Stained Glass of Cheshire catalogues the glass found at fifty sites in the county, … Continue reading

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Penny Hebgin-Barne

Penny Hebgin-Barnes’ definitive study for the CVMA (GB) of pre-Gothic Revival stained glass in the northern British county of Cheshire has just been published.

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