Stained glass

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Remembering Patrick Reyntiens, a pivotal artist in the history of stained glass

After making his name on historic projects at Coventry Cathedral and Metropolitan Cathedral in Liverpool, he became an innovative practitioner and influential teacher

A sneak peek at France's first cultural venue celebrating stained glass

The Cité du Vitrail will open in the medieval town of Troyes in spring 2022, but preview tours are running this weekend for the European Heritage Days

'Hurrah, it’s leprosy!' How a conservator and a historian are decoding the grisly tales in Canterbury Cathedral’s stained-glass windows

New research for British Museum exhibition means panels depicting St Thomas Becket's healing miracles will be correctly reassembled after centuries in the wrong order

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From sunrise to sunset, you can now virtually meditate inside Ellsworth Kelly’s Texas fantasia

Watching stained glass bend the light in Austin, the artist's temple-like final work

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Book Review: The first in-depth study of Pre-Raphaelite stained glass

Angels and Icons is an important contribution to Pre-Raphaelite studies and a welcome addition to scholarship on post-Medieval stained glass in Britain

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Vermont Church to sell Tiffany window for the homeless

Unless they find themselves subject to divine miracle

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Stained glass, from a Romanesque nave to a Canadian airport

A comprehensive history, and catalogues for collections in the Metropolitan and the Victoria and Albert Museums