Category Archives: Issue 121
Renewed excavation at Montfort Castle, a Crusader fortress in modern northern Galilee, dating to the thirteenth century, has discovered a previously unknown, massive Gothic hall in which survives the remains of medieval grisaille-painted stained glass. These recent findings follow on … Continue reading
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York: “Relative Values: The Cost of Art in the Northern Renaissance”
Stained glass designed and executed by Dirck Vellert (fig. 1) features in a new exhibition at the Met, running until June 23rd, 2019, that aims to transform perceptions of Northern Renaissance art. The collection of 63 carefully-selected works dating from … Continue reading
Research by the church tourism website, explorechurches.org, has named Suffolk as the country’s best county for discovering stained glass. Analysis of 2,000 churches by The National Churches Trust, which runs the website, found that 72% of the county’s churches are … Continue reading
Deadline approaching: Collaborative Doctoral Award Competition 2019, A Window onto the Medieval World: Illuminating the Role of the English Glass Industry in Glazing between AD 1100-1600.
Applications are invited for an AHRC fully-funded Ph.D studentship based in the Department of Archaeology at University of Sheffield (alongside Caroline Jackson), working closely with the Stained Glass Studies Research School at the University of York (alongside Sarah Brown), and … Continue reading