Category Archives: Issue 63

OBITUARY: RÜDIGER BECKSMANN (1939-2012)

With the death of Professor Dr. Rüdiger Becksmann on the 19 May the world of stained glass scholarship has lost one of its most eminent figures. After studying history of art together with classical and Christian archaeology at the universities … Continue reading

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New Curator Appointed for the Stained Glass Museum, Ely

Vidimus is delighted to report that Jasmine Allen has been appointed Curator of the Stained Glass Museum in Ely, and will take up her post in March 2013. Jasmine completed her undergraduate studies in the History of Art Department at … Continue reading

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Update on the Herkenrode Windows at Lichfield Cathedral

The conservation of the important sixteenth-century glass created for the abbey of Herkenrode (near Hasselt, Liège, in present-day Belgium) in the 1530s and installed in the Lady Chapel of Lichfield Cathedral since 1806 is approaching the half-way stage. Conservators at … Continue reading

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Corpus Vitrearum XXVI International Colloquium in Vienna, 10–14 September 2012

Every two years the Corpus Vitrearum holds an international colloquium in a different country to allow members to give and hear lectures, to exchange new information and discoveries, to meet and discuss informally, and to visit sites with important stained … Continue reading

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News from the British CVMA

The CVMA (GB) website has recently been updated to reflect recent developments nationally and internationally. Scholarship in the field of stained glass continues apace across the world, as was evident from the many announcements concerning recent publications made at the … Continue reading

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