stained glass

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glass that has been colored in some way

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The market for medieval and Renaissance stained glass has surged in the last year.
Irish stained glass artist Wilhelmina Geddes was a key figure of the Irish Arts and Crafts movement and the British stained glass revival.
When creating real stained glass or fused glass artworks, the pieces of glass need to be precisely cut and the types of glass are important.
The World War II conscientious objector built a stained glass window that would become an icon of the civil rights movement.
The other is that his devotion to re-creating the look and feel of stained glass in a wide range of non-glass art forms makes for a distinctly original approach that embraces forms from murals to pop art--and Gift: The Art of David Flores gathers these efforts and celebrates them.
The result was that by the end of the day students had created their own stained glass windows which were placed around school for the eventual big 'switch on'
After all, the self-styled bad artist, has turned out some remarkable work in an art form more commonly seen in church windows and in Renaissance Europe: stained glass.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 15, 2014-Associated Crafts buys US oldest stained glass studio Willet-Hauser
Visitors to the popular celebration of art and light may do a double take when they see three Reliant Robins with illuminated stained glass windows.
He ambles over to his backyard workshop, where an orange cat curls at his feet and the birds chirp high above, while he meticulously cuts stained glass, and glues them on a wooden canvas, turning them into art that he displays in frames he crafts by hand with upwards of 40 pieces of wood.
Her stained glass image of a heron was for clients who frequently see the birds near their home in the North Tyne.
Collections of stained glass and their histories; transactions of the 25th International Colloquium of the Corpus Vitrearum in Saint Petersburg, the State Hermitage Museum, 2010.