The British Society of Master Glass Painters has announced details of its annual three-part lecture series for 2020.
In the Spring lecture, on March 13th, John Edwards will explore the life and works of Christopher Webb, drawing on Webb’s archive, a newly-compiled list of his stained glass windows and other art works, emphasising Webb’s achievements and legacy.
The Summer lecture, on June 12th, stained glass artist Frans Wesselman will throw light onto his techniques and inspirations, focusing on his well-known Godiva windows, illus-trating the story of Coventry’s history.
In the Autumn, Matthew Reeve will lecture on ‘Stained Glass at an Intersection – Church, Gallery & Museum’, drawing on his own experiences of working with galleries and museums. Matthew promises to bring some original pieces of historic glass with him to the lecture!
All lectures are held in the Art Workers Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AR, and begin at 6.15pm. Lecture cost £17 (£14.45 for members) and are followed by a buf-fet meal costing £16 (£13.60 members). For further details and to book tickets to these events, please see the BSMGP website.