3 edition of medieval stained glass of the county of Lincolnshire found in the catalog.
medieval stained glass of the county of Lincolnshire
by Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press in Oxford
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 373) and index.
|Series||Corpus vitrearum Medii Aevi., 3|
|LC Classifications||NK5344.L5 H4 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lvii, 390 p., 24 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||390|
|LC Control Number||97161828|
Penny Hebgin-Barnes, The Medieval Stained Glass of the County of Lincolnshire.(Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi, Great Britain, Summary Catalogue, 3.) Oxford: Oxford University Press, for the British Academy, Pp. Lvii, Plus 24 Color Plates; Black-and-White Figures and 1 Map. $ [REVIEW] Elizabeth Pastan - - Speculum 75 (1)Author: Michael Camille. Wildsworth is a village and civil parish in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, is situated on the eastern bank of the River Trent, and approximately 5 miles (8 km) north from population is included in the civil parish of East y: England.
The Medieval Painted Glass of York Minster, fasc. I., The West Windows of the Nave, London, Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi Great Britain, Summary Catalogue Series. Hebgin-Barnes, Penny. The Medieval Stained Glass of the County of Lincolnshire, London, See also Hebgin-Barnes, Penelope. Medieval stained-glass is characterized by a relatively high content of alkali and alkali-earth ion oxides, mainly potassium, calcium and sodium, and low contents of silica compared to.
Little Guide: Lincolnshire (second edition). - 3 Serial: DAVIES, D.S.. LINCOLNSHIRE NOTES AND QUERIES. vol, p 4 Article in serial: Lincolnshire Architectural and Archaeological Society Reports and Papers. p.4 5 Bibliographic reference: Hebgin-Barnes, Penny. The Medieval Stained Glass of the County of Lincolnshire. p Medieval and Renaissance Stained Glass in the Victoria and Albert Museum. London, ISBN P. Hebgin-Barnes, The Medieval Stained Glass of the County of Lincolnshire, CVMA Great Britain, Summary Catalogue 3, Oxford, Labels and date. CUSPED HEAD OF A LIGHT WITH OAK GRISAILLE.
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This comprehensive reference describes the existing medieval glass of the county of Lincolnshire. It is heavily illustrated and should be of great interest to those researching medieval art or local Read more.
: Medieval Stained Glass Lincolnshire (Corpus Vitraearum Medii Aevi: Great Britain) (): Hebgin-Barnes, Penny: BooksCited by: 1. Heydour is a hamlet and civil parish in the South Kesteven district of Lincolnshire, England.
The population of the civil parish was at the census and increased to at the census. Heydour lies about 5 miles (8 km) south-west of Sleaford and 6 miles (10 km) north-east of forms a close group of parish hamlets with Kelby, Culverthorpe, Oasby and AisbyDistrict: South Kesteven. Much of his research has been on English stained glass, and, more recently, on the function and reception of devotional images.
His works here include Stained Glass in England during the Middle Ages (), The Medieval Stained Glass of Northamptonshire (), The Golden Age of English Manuscript Painting – () and Image and.
Algarkirk (/ ˈ æ l dʒ ər k ɜːr k / AL-jər-kurk) is a village and civil parish in the Borough of Boston in Lincolnshire, is situated 6 miles ( km) south-south-west from Boston and near the A16 road. It has a population offalling to at the census. An District: Boston. Dr Penny Hebgin-Barnes studied the History of Art at Manchester University and wrote her D.
Phil at York University on the medieval stained glass of Lincolnshire. This was subsequently published as The Medieval Stained Glass of the County of Lincolnshire, Corpus Vitrearum (Great Britain), Summary Catalogue 3, Oxford, For a preview of some of the medieval stained glass that will be seen, browse the images of Carlton Scroop, Heydour and Lincoln Cathedral on the CVMA (GB)’s website.
Further Reading Penny Hegbin-Barnes, The Medieval Stained Glass of the County of Lincolnshire, CVMA (GB) Summary Catalogue 3.
From medieval stained glass to angels in roofs, monumental murders to the instigator of Magna Carta, rebellious vicars in the Lincolnshire Rising to intrepid explorers of the seven seas, a kings mistress to the founder of Methodism, a celebration of faith to a shelter on a pilgrimage. Every church has a story to tell.
Nov 9, - Everything in Lincolnshire. See more ideas about Lincolnshire, England, Lincolnshire england pins. This stained glass painting course is not ideal for anyone in search of “play time” to express themselves or explore their artistic identity.
These things are fine – but not these days you spend with us. At the end of your time with us, it’s important you do things hugely. This comprehensive catalogue describes all the remaining medieval glass of the county of Lincolnshire.
It is heavily illustrated in both black-and-white and color and provides essential reading for all those interested in medieval art history and in the local history of Lincolnshire. A stained glass window at St Denys Church in Sleaford was smashed by children playing football in the graveyard outside.
The Grade I listed church dates from. Lincolnshire is incredibly rich in medieval churches from Saxon times onwards, many of them still little known. Lincoln Cathedral is justly famous, and second only to Durham in the grandeur of its setting. The prosperous years from the Middle Ages though to the eighteenth century have left a splendid legacy in the great town churches of Boston and Louth, in the innumerable village churches of Reviews: 1.
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1 Bibliographic reference: Pevsner, N., and Harris, J. Buildings of England (first edition). Lincolnshire. P 2 Bibliographic reference: MEE, A. THE KING'S ENGLAND.
P 3 Bibliographic reference: Hebgin-Barnes, Penny. The Medieval Stained Glass of the County of Lincolnshire. 4 Index: Department of the.
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See more ideas about Stained glass, Stained glass church and Stained glass windows pins. Some Kent Churches: The Stained Glass of Stowting which finds something nice to say about literally every village in the county and therefore introduced me to all kinds of interesting places off the beaten are two extraordinary examples of medieval stained glass.
Here's the first: This is a fourteenth-century Virgin and Child, in green Author: Clerk of Oxford. Lincoln, the county town of Lincolnshire, is one of the finest historic cities in Britain.
It lies on the River Witham and is dominated by its magnificent hilltop cathedral, one of the largest in also boasts many things to do, from visiting its handsome medieval houses to admiring the remains of its Roman town gates and well-preserved Norman fortifications.
14 It thus contained one of the most extensive and important groupings of mid-thirteenth-century stained glass in medieval Europe. Inunder orders from Napoleon, the glass from the bottom portion of all the windows was removed in order to provide room for shelving as part of the transformation of the chapel into an archival : Elizabeth Bradford Smith.Tydd St Giles is a village in the Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire, is the northernmost village in Cambridgeshire (bordering Lincolnshire), on the same latitude as Midlands towns such as Loughborough, Leicestershire and Shrewsbury, village is in the distribution area of one local free newspaper, The Fenland grid reference: TFThe ancient county of Lincolnshire, the second largest in England, contains more than parish churches, and of these, about one-sixth preserve some of their medieval glazing.
The ruinous condition and fragmentary state of the extant stained glass dictate that this volume will be used primarily as a .