Category Archives: Issue 54
An important exhibition of the work of the Victorian Pre-Raphaelite artist and stained glass designer, Ford Madox Brown (1821 -1893), has opened at the Manchester Art Gallery in northern England. Madox Brown joined William Morris’s design company (Morris, Marshall, Faulkner … Continue reading
Two windows at Howden Minster (Yorks) containing fragments of fourteenth-century glass have been damaged by vandals. The police are investigating. The fragments include the arms of Antony Bec (c. 1245 – 1311), Bishop of Durham 1283-1311.
A major international conference will be held at Reims on October 21 and 22 to celebrate the 800th anniversary of this famous French Cathedral. Topics will include the art and architecture of the Cathedral with Professor Madeline Caviness, and Dr … Continue reading
The York Glaziers Trust has unveiled a new website here at www.yorkglazierstrust.org. The site will enable readers to follow the development of the restoration of the Great East Window of York Minster over the next five years. It also includes … Continue reading
Painton Cowan will be speaking on ‘Lesser known medieval masterpieces in England and France’ at the National Glass Centre in Sunderland, on 1 November at 6.30 pm. The lecture is sponsored by the Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of … Continue reading
The Clothworkers’ Foundation is offering a grant of up to £80,000 to a UK public institution to enable an experienced conservator (employed by that institution) to pursue a research project for two years. During the sabbatical the post will be … Continue reading
An exhibition of drawings and stained glass by two of England’s leading contemporary artists and conservators, Jonathan Cooke and Helen Whittaker, has opened at Lotherton Hall, Aberford, Leeds. It will run until 31st December. The exhibition is open 10am-5pm, Tuesdays … Continue reading