1 edition of Stained Glass Before 1700 in the Collections of the Midwest States (Corpus Vitrearum) found in the catalog.
Stained Glass Before 1700 in the Collections of the Midwest States (Corpus Vitrearum)
Virginia Chieffo Raguin
May 1, 2002 by Harvey Miller .
Written in English
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tax How to order. Studies in the History of Art Volume Stained Glass Before in American Collections:New England and New York by National Gallery of Art and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at With publication of Checklist II of "Stained Glass before in American Collections," we conclude the catalogue for the mid-Atlantic states.
A third part will comprise collections in the rest of the United States, while the fourth segment will contain the unipartite panels, commonly known as silver stained : Madeline H. Caviness. Stained Glass Before in American Collections: Silver-Stained Roundels and Unipartite Panels (Studies in the History of Art) [Husband, Timothy B.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Stained Glass Before in American Collections: Silver-Stained Roundels and Unipartite Panels (Studies in the History of Art)Price: $ Virginia Chieffo Raguin and Helen Jackson Zakin, Corpus Vitrearum, United States of America, part VIII, Stained Glass before in the Collections of the Midwest States, (London, ), pp.
no. AIC 5, ill. Stained Glass Before in the Collections of the Midwest States. London: Corpus Vitrearum Inc., Harvey Miller Publishers, This 2-volume series covers Illinois, Ohio, Indiana and Michigan. The volumes are a much expanded version of the Studies in the History of Art, a series of checklists from89 and Paintings on Glass: Studies in Romanesque and Gothic Monumental Art (), pp.figs.
1, (a reprint of the Fenway Court article) Virginia Chieffo Raguin et al. Stained Glass Before in the Collections of the Midwest States. Corpus Vitreaum: United States of America, Part 8, Volume 1 (London, ), pp. fig. Some of the stained glass in the Hearst collections passed thru collectors to churches, one example being the Cathedral of St.
Paul in Detroit as discussed in Stained Glass Before in the Midwest States, pp. Recent research has determined the medieval windows came to the church via a church member, also a known contributor to the DIA.
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That was until a book, Stained Glass Before in the Collections of the Midwest States, was published in Krueger was then able to trace similar windows in Kansas City to an antique dealer who was able to identify the windows’ origin: late Medieval period (14thth century) Europe before being transplanted to Detroit in the early.
Stained Glass before in American Collections: New England and New York Excerpt from the Introduction to the publication. The present checklist of stained glass panels in public and private collections throughout the northeastern states has been compiled by a small group of scholars with general training as medievalists as well as particular expertise in judging the.
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