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"Bow Bells" Festival, 1683-1983: St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside, London EC2

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St Mary-le-Bow Church : London

short guide to the church, modern windows



"De convenientia et cohaerentia antiqui et novi operis;" Medieval conservation, restoration, patiche and forgery.

Madeline Harrison Caviness

Gebr. Mann Verlag : Berlin

as titled, using various exmaples of European stained glass



"My Lorde Cardinall's Lodgynges": Hampton Court

Ernest Law

George Bell and Sons : London

a guide published on the occasion of the opening of Cardinal Wolsey's rooms to the public



8e Colloque du CVMA - Conference Papers in French English German- 25 Sept-1 Oct 1972

Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi

: Laboratory of Research of Historical Monuments

14 Stained Glass Walks in London: First Edition

Caroline Swash

Malvern Arts Press Ltd : Malvern, 2002

A Guide To Fourteen Stained Glass Walks In London In Chronological Order (With Illustrations)



17th Century Painted Glass at Little Easton: 17th Century Painted Glass at Little Easton: Essex Journal: Spring 1977, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 3-10

Michael Archer

Phillimore : Chichester, Sussex

six scenes from the Life of Christ in the family chapel of the Little Easton parish church, installed there in 1857. Originally from the chapel of Easton Lodge built in 1621 by William Lord Maynard and probably painted by Baptista Sutton, an assistant of the Glaziers Company in 1638



54 - 64 Painting and Sculpture of a Decade

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The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation : London

An international survey of painting and sculpture produced between 1954 and 1964



A Book of Lettering

Reynolds Stone

A. and C. Black : London

a variety of fonts illustrated



A Book of Ornamental Glazing Quarries: collected and arranged from ancient examples

Augustus Wollaston Franks

John Henry Parker : London

examples of quarries, coloured, from various locations in England, some in the collection of Charles Winston, with aphabetical index to locations.



A Book of Sundry Draughtes, Principaly Serving for Glasiers: And not Impertinent for Plasterers, and Gardiners, Besides Sundry other Professions

anon


Leadenhall Press : London

"quaint old treasury of decorated drawings for leaded glass"



A Brief Guide to the Two Churches of the Holy Trinity, Wentworh

John Anthony Harrison

: Wentworh

short history and guide; description of late 19th-early 20th century stained glass



A Burne-Jones Window: Vol. XV No. 1

Martin Harrison

British Society : London 1972-73

The Author's Examination Of The Man Hours Spent On The Making Of The 'Tree Of Jesse' And 'Creation' Windows



A Catalogue of Netherlandish and North-European Roundels in Britain, Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi, Great Britain Summary Catalogue 1

William Cole

Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press : Oxford 1993

A Catalogue of the Portraits: Referring to Norfolk and Norwich Men, or to those otherwise connested with the County and City

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The Free Library of Norwich : Norwich

a list of portraits preserved in portfolios in the library



A Child's LIfe of Saint Thomas More

Teresa Lloyd

Catholic Truth Society : London

Life and Death of Thomas More, from a Catholic perspective



A Church and its People Through 900 Years: St. Peter's, Tiverton - 1073-1973

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Maslands : Tiverton

short history and guide; passing mention of stained glass - none earlier than the 2nd half of the 19th century



A Cloud of Witnesses: Sermon by the Very Rev. J. Armitage Robinson, D.D., Dean of Wells, at the Blessing of the newly-restored Seven Choir Windows of Tewkesbury Abbey, March 25th, 1925.

J. Armitage Robinson

R.A. Newman : Tewkesbury

as titled



A Compendium of Pevsner's Buildings of England: on Compact Disc

Nikolaus Pevsner

OUP : Oxford 1995

A Compendium Of Pevsner's Buildings of England On Compact Disc

Michael Good

Oxford University Press : Oxford, 1995

A General Guide To The Set-up And Running of The CD



A Delineator of Ancient Painted Glass: Number Five

George Benson

British Society : London 1926

A biography of the artist



A Description, accompanied by Sixteen Colour Plates, of The Splendid Decorations Recently Made to The Church of St. Neot, in Cornwall at the Sole Expense of The Reverend Richard Gerveys Grylls: To Which are Prefixed, Some Collections and Translations respecting St. Neot, and the former state of His Church

J.P. Hedgeland

Printed for J.P. Hedgeland : London

The medieval stained glass at St. Neots was in a sorry state when the patron of the living, The Reverend Richard Gerveys Grylls, "had the whole placed in the hands of Mr. Hedgeland, an able and celebrated artist, residing in London, who has most carefully preserved every fragment of the ancient painting, and supplied deficiencies in a manner so perfectly like the former, as not to be distinguishable form it; and, through Mr. Grylls' unexampled liberality, some whole windows are added..." Sixteen colored (hand-painted?) plates of the windows.



A Dictionary of Saints

Donald Attwater

Burns and Oates : London

biographies of saints, organised alphabetically



A Directory of Stained Glass Windows

British Society of Master Glass Painters

BSMGP : London 1966

A Directory of Stained Glass Windows

The Earl Of Huston

The British Society : London, 1966

A Directory Of Stained Glass Windows



A Directory of Stained Glass Windows : Executed within the Past Twenty Years

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The British Society of Master Glass-Painters : London

list of international commissions by various firms and individuals from 1919-1939



A Directory of Stained Glass Windows : Executed within the Past Twenty Years

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The British Society of Master Glass-Painters : London

as titled, alphabetical by surname of artist or by name of firm; index of places



A Directory of Stained Glass Windows

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The British Society of Master Glass-Painters : London

as titled, alphabetical by surname of artist or by name of firm; index of places



A Directory of Stained Glass Windows Executed within the past 20 Years

British Society of Master Glass Painters

BSMGP : London 1939

A list of stained glass, its whereabouts and a brief description



A Directory of Stained Glass Windows - 1949: executed with the past twenty years

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The British Society of Master Glass-Painters : London

lists of commissions by individuals and firms in Great Britain and abroad; no illustrations



A Directory of Stained Glass Windows - 1952: executed with the past twenty years

anon


The British Society of Master Glass-Painters : London

lists of commissions by individuals and firms in Great Britain and abroad; no illustrations



A Directory of Stained Glass Windows - 1958

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The British Society of Master Glass-Painters : London

lists of commissions by individuals and firms in Great Britain and abroad; no illustrations



A Directory of Stained Glass Windows - 1966

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The British Society of Master Glass-Painters : London

lists of commissions by individuals and firms in Great Britain and abroad; no illustrations



A Factual Guide to Guildford Cathedral

Annita Basset

Guildford Cathedral : Guildford

Crystal Cross



A Fragile Inheritance

Brown, Sarah and Strobl, Sebastian

Church House Publishing : London, 2002

The care of stained glass and historic glazing: a handbook for custodians with colour photographs.



A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland: Volume 1

Bernard Burke

Harrison and Sons : London

as titled, organised alphabetically by surname and place of residence



A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland: Volume 2

Bernard Burke

Harrison and Sons : London

as titled, organised alphabetically by surname and place of residence



A Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire

Bernard Burke

Harrison : London

as titled



A Gift of Thirteenth Century Stained Glass: A Gift of Thirteenth Century Stained Glass: The Bulletin of the Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, New York: June, 1929, Vol. 1, No. 6

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The Memorial Art Gallery : Rochester, New York

a gift to the museum of a lancet window from Bourges and a pair of quatrefoil medallions from Paris



A Guide of English Gothic Architecture

Samuel Gardner

Cambridge University Press : Cambridge

introduction, glossary and c. 175 plates of various parts of English cathedrals, churches and other buildings - towers, windows and tracery (not stained glass), fonts, etc. Topographical index



A Guide to Canterbury Cathedral

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The Dean and Chapter : Canterbury

short church guidebook, brief mention of the glass



A Guide to Canterbury Cathedral

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The Dean and Chapter : Canterbury

short history and guide; passing mention of stained glass



A Guide to Dunblane Cathedral

J. Hutchinson Cockburn

The Society of Friends of Dunblane Cathedral : Stirling

a guide to the Cathedral with information about the stained glass windows



A Guide to Dunblane Cathedral

J. Hutchison Cockburn

The Society of Friends of Dunblane Cathedral : Stirling

short history and guide; brief discussion of stained glass



A Guide to Glandford Church

C. L. S. Linnell

as titled, w/ some information about the windows

A Guide to Glandford Church

C.L.S. Linnell

Shell-Mex and B.P. : Norfolk

short history and guide, 19th-20th century windows



A Guide to Stained Glass in Britain

Painton Cowen

Michael Joseph : London 1985

An Introduction To Stained Glass, Including Details Of Design And Iconography And A Gazetter



A Guide to Stained Glass in Britain

Painton Cowen

Michael Joseph : London

"the first comprehensive guide to stained glass in England, Wales and Scotland" - historical survey; gazetteer of glass in England, Scotland and Wales by county; glossary, maps, bibliography, indexes of artists, firms and their work' places names, general. Thematic guide, cross-referenced by subject matter and age.



A Guide To The Collections Of Stained Glass

Bernard Rackham

The Board Of Education : London, 1936

The Victoria And Albert Museum Guide To It's Collections Of Stained Glass, Including Chapters On European Glass- With Illustrations



A Guide to the Collections of Stained GLass: Victoria and Albert Museum Department of Ceramics

Bernard Rackham

Printed under the Authority of the Board of Education : London

as titled, covering English and European glass from the 12th to the 19th centuries



A Guide to the Collections of Stained Glass: Victoria and Albert Museum Department of Ceramics

Bernard Rackham

The Board of Education : London

as titled, covering English and European glass from the 12th to the 19th centuries



A Guide to the Fens and Fenland Churches: including Marshland

Trevor A. Bevis

published by the author? : March

print of 1664 map, short glossary, descriptions of churches by area, index



A Guide to the Medieval Glass in Lincoln Cathedral

Woodforde, Christopher, The Rev

Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge : London

As titled, with black and white illustrations.



A Guide to the Windows of King's College Chapel Cambridge

Montague Rhodes James

Eric Milner-White

King's College : Cambridge

revised guide following the restoration of 14 windows between 1893 and 1906, with some glass relocated to the side chapels, augmented by gifts of glass between 1920 and 1930. Appendix describing the side chapels by Milner-White

A Guide to the Windows of King's College Chapel Cambridge

Montague Rhodes James

Eric Milner-White

King's College Cambridge : Cambridge

revised guide following the restoration of 14 windows between 1893 and 1906, with some glass relocated to the side chapels, augmented by gifts of glass between 1920 and 1930. Appendix describing the side chapels by Milner-White

A guide to Wilton Parish Church and the Old Church of St. Mary

William E. Drury

Wilton Parish Church : Wilton

History and guide to the church built in 1841, puported to have 13th century French stained glass removed at the Revolution, including a lozenge-shaped panel from Sainte Chapelle in Paris (pictured), also roundels of Flemish or German glass of the first half of the 16th century, German glass of the 14th century, 16th century glass from a convent in Malines, 16th century English glass from the old chapel in Wilton House, and 16th century glass in the rose window brought to Paris as loot from Switzerland and Austria by Napoleon's army.



A guide to Wilton Parish Church and the Old Church of St. Mary

William E. Drury

Wilton Parish Church : Wilton

History and guide to the church built in 1841, puported to have 13th century French stained glass removed at the Revolution, including a lozenge-shaped panel from Sainte Chapelle in Paris (pictured), also roundels of Flemish or German glass of the first half of the 16th century, German glass of the 14th century, 16th century glass from a convent in Malines, 16th century English glass from the old chapel in Wilton House, and 16th century glass in the rose window brought to Paris as loot from Switzerland and Austria by Napoleon's army.



A Handwriting Manual

Alfred Fairbank

Faber and Faber : London

as titled, with plates



A History of Design In Painted Glass: Vol. I & II: Reprint of 1879 Edition

N.H.J. Westlake

Venables, Morris and Juliet, : Bristol, 2002

Medieval Stained Glass through the 13th century in England, France & Germany



A History of Design in Painted Glass: Vol. III & IV: Reprint of 1879 Edition

N.H.J. Westlake

Venables, Morris and Juliet : Bristol, 2002

Medieval Stained Glass 13th - 15th Centuries in England, France, Germany & Italy



A History of Design in Painted Glass: Vol. III & IV

F.S.A. N.H.J. Westlake

Morris And Juliet Venables : Bristol 2002

Part VI : Introduction, And Preface To The Fifteenth Century; English Figure Windows Of The Fifteenth Century - VII : 'Jesse Tree; English Subject Windows of The Fifteenth Century' - Part VIII : French, Italian, German etc -IX : Heraldry, Roundlets, etc



A History of Design in Painted Glass: Vol. III

N.H.J. Westlake

James Parker : London

fifteenth century figure and subject windows in England, France, Germany and Italy; the Jesse Tree, Heraldry, Roundlets, Monograms, Quarries, etc.



A History of Design in Painted Glass: Vol. IV

N.H.J. Westlake

James Parker : London

English and foreign painted glass in England of the 16th and 17th centuries; French, Flemish, Dutch, German, Italian, Spanish painted glass of the 16th and 17th centuries; The Jesse Tree; index



A History of English Architecture

Peter Kidson

Peter Murray

Paul Thompson

Penguin Books : London

Part I - Anglo-Saxon to the end of the Middle Ages; Part II - Tudor to the Regency; Part III - Victorian and Modern; glossary



A History of English Glass-Painting: with Some Remarks upon the Swiss Glass Miniatures of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

Maurice Drake

T. Werner Laurie : London

"As indicated by its title, this book gives a history of the rise, fall and revival of glass-painting in England, from the thirteenth to the nineteenth century. Subsequent to the sixteenth century attention is also given to the secular glass-paintings of the Continent, Swiss and Flemish."



A History of Everyday Things in England: 1066 -1499

B. T. Batsford : London

as titled, "written for boys and girls of public-school age", with index and glossary

A History of Everyday Things in England: 1500-1799

B. T. Batsford : London

as titled, "written for boys and girls of public-school age", with index and glossary

A History of Everyday Things in England: 1851 - 1946

B. T. Batsford : London

as titled, "written for boys and girls of public-school age", with index and glossary

A History of Greece: from the Earliest Times to the Destruction of Corinth, B.C. 146

Leionard Schmitz

Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans : London

as titled



A History of Norfolk

Walter Rye

Elliot Stock : London

social history of Norfolk



A History of Rome: From the Earliest Times to the Death of Commodus, A.D. 192

Leonhard Schmitz

Taylor and Watson : London

as titled



A History of the Church in Saxlingham

anon


guide to the Church of St Mary the Virgin, Saxlingham Nethergate, and the Church of St Mary Magdalen, Saxlingham Thorpe

A History Of The York School Of Glass-Painting: Vol. VI. No. 2

J.A. Knowles

British Society : London, 1935

A Historical Account Revealing The Difficulties In Finding Suitable Glass-Painters After The Black Death



A History Of The York School Of Glass-Painting: Number Five

John A Knowles

British Society : London 1926

Details And History And Working Practise Of The York School



A History Of The York School of Glass-Painting: Vol. VI. No. I

J. A. Knowles

British Society : London, 1935

The Sources Of The Glass Used In York Work



A History of York Minster

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Clarendon Press : Oxford

"The object of the present volume is to coordinate...new knowledge in a single work dealing not only with the Minster as a historical monument, but also with its corporate life and its continuing fuctionas a place of worship." Includes political and social history, liturgy, music, architecture and the arts.



A Hitherto Unrecorded Panel Of Stained Glass From The Abbey Of Mariawald: Vol. XVII, No. 2

Dr William Cole FSA

British Society : London, 1981-82

A Historical Account Detailing How The Mariawald Stained Glass Was Sold For A Small Sum And Ended Up In Britain



A Letter From Australia, 1981: On The Subject Of Church-Glass Between The Gold Rushes And Federation: Vol. XVII, No. 2

Jenny Zimmer

British Society : London, 1981-82

An Account Detailing How The Colonisation Process Affects Craftsmen And Artisan's Life With Reference To The Making Of Stained Glass And Noting The Work Of James Blacket Who Tried To Devise Ways Of Adapting His Style To Cope Wiith The Austrialian Light



A National Register of Craft Skills in the Building Industry: A Feasibility Study

Nicholas Woodward-Smith

Civic Trust : London

a feasibility study of the problems involved with preparing and maintaining a register of craft skills



A New and Complete Concordance to the Holy Scriptures on the Basis of Cruden

Charles Griffin and Company : London

as titled

A New Glass Adhesvie

Paul H. Ogden

Minnesota 3M Research Limited : Harlow

"A method is described for sealing cracks in glass articles by the use of a low viscosity polymerisable resin. Conclusion - We have developed a convenient procedure whereby cracks in glass window panes can be effectively sealed and through which a high degree of strength restoration and aesthetic quality is obtained. With suitable modification, this procedure can be extended to give equally good results with decorative glasses which possess widely varying optical characteristics."



A Nineteenth -Century Grubenhaus on Bucklebury Common, Berkshire: Vol. LXV111 Part 1

J.N.L. Myres F.S.A and Philip H Dixon

The Oxford University Press : Oxford, 1988

An Account About Anglo-Saxon Settlements Of The Pagan Period-'Sunken Floored Huts Or Grubenhauser.'



A Note on St. George's Church Southacre

J. H. Bloom

: Castleacre

two-page history and description of the church



A Panel of Thirteeth-Century Stained Glass, for Canterbury, in America

Madeline Harrison Caviness

reprinted from The Antiquaries Journal : London

a stained glass roundel of an unidentified scene, probably from Trinity Chapel of Canterbury Cathedral, in the Fogg Art Museum in Cambridge, Massachusetts (now part of the Harvard University Art Museums)



A Personal Appreciation: Antony Hollaway ARCA: Vol. XX1V, 2000

Keith New

The British Society : London, 2000

An Appreciation Of The Life And Work Of The Artist.



A Personal Reflection on Sax Shaw FMGP: Vol. XX1V

Douglas Hogg

The British Society : London, 2000

An Appreciation Of The Life And Work Of The Artist.



A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to North Wales (Northern Section)

anon


Ward, Lock and Company : London

a guide for tourists with maps and photographs



A Picture Book of Bookbindings - Part I: Victoria and Albert Museum

anon


Victoria and Albert Museum : London

as titled



A Picture Book of English Wrought-Iron Work: Victoria and Albert Museum

anon


Victoria and Albert Museum : London

as titled



A Picture Book of French Art: IV. Nineteenth Century

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Victorian and Albert Museum : London

brief essay on 19th century French art, followed by 20 plates of objects in the V & A collection



A Picture Book of French Art: I. Mediaeval

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Victoria and Albert Museum : London

short essay, 20 illustrations



A Plea for Painted Glass: Being an Inquiry into its Nature, Character, and Objects, and its Claims as an Art

Fras. W. Oliphant

John Henry Parker : Oxford

as titled



A Portrait of English Churches

Edmund Vale

B. T. Batsford : London

survey of the architectural development of English parish churches; one illustration of 15th century stained glass in Fairford Church, Gloucestershire


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