History of stained glass as a material from medieval times to the present, including well-known and not-so-well-known artists and craftspeople who have made significant contributions to the craft and to the art of its design.

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Andrew Stoddart of Nottingham
Clare Edwards provides photographs and a brief biography of this British artist, together with some of his sketches, designs and church windows.
Corpus Narratologica
Stuart Whatling's high-resolution photographs of medieval narrative art, concentrating on French 13th century stained glass.
Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi
The British section (funded by the British Academy) of an international survey of stained glass. Searchable image database (with over 10,000 colour images), and online ordering for related publications.
Friends of the Windows of St. James Chapel
Aims to preserve the stained-glass windows created in 1918 by the John J. Kinsella Company at Archbishop Quigley Preparatory Seminary in Chicago. History, campaign news and calendar of events.
Light Screens: The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright
On-line version of an exhibition about Frank Lloyd Wright's designs for stained-glass windows.
Margaret Agnes Rope and Margaret Edith Rope
Biographies and works of the Rope cousins, who worked in the Arts and Crafts style, with photographs.
Medieval Stained Glass Windows from Esslingen am Neckar
Exhibit of 13th and 14th-century German stained glass. Full-color images, with commentary on background, techniques, construction, and artistic themes.
Michelli's History of Stained Glass
Perette Elizabeth Michelli has gathered a collection of links to stained glass resources and added her own commentary, which provides a history.
The Stained Glass Museum, Ely Cathedral
Houses a national collection of British stained glass. The illustrated online catalogue can be browsed by designer, subject, date or place. Includes brief biographies of designers.
The Stained Glass Windows of Memorial Hall, Harvard University
The collection of stained glass in Memorial Hall comprises a veritable museum of American stained glass. Descriptions and photos of the windows, by various English and American designers.
The Windows of St. Chapelle, Paris, France. 1243-48
A page of pictures of the windows of this church, by Prof. Jeffery Howe from Boston College. Part of his site 'A Digital Archive of Architecture'.
The Windows of Judson
History of the stained-glass windows designed by John La Farge in the 1890s for the socially aware, arts-oriented community at Judson Memorial Church, New York, and commentary on their restoration.
The Windows of St. Etienne, Bourges, France
A page of pictures of the windows of this church, by Prof. Jeffery Howe from Boston College. Part of his site 'A Digital Archive of Architecture'.
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