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Implementation of a set of works on the installation of aluminum stained-glass windows in the school building and on the pool (with the supply of material resources) at the facility in accordance with the developed and approved design estimates and the requirements of the TNPA.
I have always liked stained-glass windows, including those in turn-of-the-century craftsman-style houses and Gothic and Renaissance churches.
PACKED with period features like stained-glass windows, coving and cornicing, this Ewardian semidetached property would make a lovely home for a family.
Riverside Church has retained Julie Sloan, a Massachusetts-based historic stained-glass consultant, to informally monitor conditions of the eight stained-glass windows in the apse over the past several years.
Sympathetically restored by the current owners, it retains signifi-cant original features including Art Deco inglenook fireplaces, feature stained-glass windows and oak woodblock flooring.
The monument was built in the 1860s but the stained-glass windows - made by Edinburgh company James Ballantine & Son for PS210 - were only installed in 1886.
STAINED-GLASS windows at one of the country's most visited places of worship are being brought down to earth thanks to the work of a North East company.
Article 15, approved by a voice vote Monday night after considerable discussion, pays for preserving the old church's stained-glass windows.
The Michigan Stained Glass Census (MSCG) was established by Michigan State University Museum in 1992 to locate, record, and photograph stained-glass windows throughout the state.
More than 5,000 stained-glass windows from 350 locations across the country have been put into an online archive.
He designed the Rose window and seven other stained-glass windows in Michaelhouse School Chapel, Balgowan, Natal and various works in other churches in South Africa.
The impact of the Pre-Raphaelite movement on church stained-glass windows is to be celebrated in Christmas stamps issued by the Royal Mail this year, it was announced today.
St Barnabas church in Erdington High Street and (right) one of the stained-glass windows.
It's a beautiful synagogue with stained-glass windows,'' said Adat Ari El Rabbi Moshe J.
Depicting a pattern of stained-glass windows in Wright's design that evokes the signature paintings of Mondrian, the image suggests that Eberle's project here is a reverent meditation on the intersecting legacies of modernism.